Who Stocks the Beverage Cooler?
June 20th, 2016: Recently, I went to Nashville to help a close friend, who is managing a convenience store. The two days I spent there were incredibly revealing.
The More Optimistic, but Different, Future of Mail
June 20th, 2016: I am more optimistic about the future of the Postal Service than either of these authors, but the Postal Service has to adapt in certain ways to take advantage of future opportunities
What is the role of luck in success?
June 20th, 2016: Is success a result of luck or individual tenacity and skill?
What Makes a Performance Evaluation System Work
June 1st, 2016: Leadership is unlocking people's potential to become better
The 4th Choice for the Job
May 3rd, 2016: I was the 4th choice for a job in a dying business from which I retired a CEO 30 years later.
Differently Enabled Brains
March 14th, 2016: Everyone has an ability to learn, but we each learn in unique ways
Occupational licensing limits access to middle class jobs
February 19th, 2016: Occupational licensing is out of control, This has to change.
We Need Walkable Communities For Mobility and Access
February 14th, 2016: Too many American communities do a poor job providing mobility and access for elderly and disabled people.
Healthcare is Broken but Fixable
February 10th, 2016: Our healthcare system is broken but it is fixable.
POLITICAL ISSUES HAVE GOTTEN TOO COMPLEX
February 7th, 2016: The complexity of political issues and the absence of countervailing forces gives more power to special interests