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
The Xerox Announcement
January 30th, 2016: Xerox' announcement of a split into 2 companies shows the challenge of reinventing a firm with a declining core business
A Relaunch of My Web Site- December 2015
December 24th, 2015: As my family and I celebrate the holidays this year, we truly feel that we have gone through a rebirth from the many challenges we have faced in the past few years.
The Future of Passenger Cars
December 12th, 2015: Recently, I traded in my 10-year-old Lexus for another Lexus. If I keep my new car for the next 10 years, the next car I buy might be a self-driving or autonomous car.
A contrarian perspective on our so-called skills gap
November 26th, 2015: Over the past few weeks, as I have thought about the issue of job readiness,