Monthly Archives: May 2012

The guy/gal In the corner office…… is a human being.

During one of my recent consulting assignments, I was in a meeting with the COO of a $3 billion company and a few folks on his executive team.  This was a multi-hour session with lunch, etc.  During the afternoon – … Continue reading

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Can the nation bear what the market can?

Increases in college tuition continue to outpace inflation.  The argument, of course, is that so long as the market can bear the increase, it is economically sensible to continue to raise tuition.  There is a theoretical inflection point where a … Continue reading

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A Terrific Bad Mood Buster

Closing off this first day of May, 2012, I am a bit grumpy following just “one of those days”.   Self doubt had momentarily captured me in its tight embrace.  We’ve all been there and this one is getting a … Continue reading

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