Monthly Archives: August 2011

Vision Unplugged — How Steve Jobs Transformed Leadership

I worked with Steve Wozniak back in the early ’80s to help produce a rock concert in San Bernardino, CA. He was a rumpled, disheveled, distracted genius who had lost sight of what to do with himself and his brainiac … Continue reading

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Sunglasses and the art of meteor watching

Borders Books. The US Postal Service. Hewlett-Packard. What do they have in common? Meteors. Big ones. The flaming, boiling, Armageddon-style, where’s-Bruce Willis-when-we-need-him kind of meteors.  The meteors in these cases were the shifts to virtual communications — ebooks, email and … Continue reading

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Wistful for Winston

“We need someone like Churchill.” Amid the din and fury that was the debt ceiling debate earlier this month, you could hear the plaintive cry for “Churchillian” leadership. Peculiar, in that nearly all who flocked to the call were not … Continue reading

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