CIO: Execs Get Ready: Workers Will Soon Be Running Companies

CIO: Execs Get Ready: Workers Will Soon Be Running Companies

Forbes: 10 Things They Don’t Tell You In Business School

Forbes: 10 Things They Don’t Tell You In Business School

InformationWeek: How To Interview For VP: Expert Advice

InformationWeek: How To Interview For VP: Expert Advice

HBR: The Only Way to Get Important Things Done

HBR: The Only Way to Get Important Things Done

InfoWeek: The Five Core Competencies For Developing IT Leaders

InfoWeek: The Five Core Competencies For Developing IT Leaders

Business Week: The Most Important People in Your Network

Business Week: The Most Important People in Your Network

People blame their plight on the government and its leaders, or to management and its leaders. They may be correct. But will a change in leadership assure better living? What if the new leaders are no better? How could they be? By what method could new leaders bring improvement in living? Will best efforts bring improvement? Best efforts and hard work, not guided by new knowledge, they only dig deeper the pit that we are in.

W. Edwards Deming

WSJ: The Genius of the Tinkerer

WSJ: The Genius of the Tinkerer