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Monthly Archives: December 2015


A NEW YEAR: 2016

This week marks the end of 2015 and brings in a new year: 2016. This week is a perfect time to reflect back upon the past year and also set goals for the upcoming year. It starts with a commitment to be honest...honest to yourself. W. Edwards Deming, the famous management guru who revitalized Japanese [...]

By |December 29th, 2015|Executive, management, motivation, Self-management|0 Comments

2015: A Look Back

This is the end of the year 2015 and an opportunity to look back on the past year. I've written almost 50 blogs this past year with 42 dedicated strictly to the topic of management and management issues related to my book "Theory You". The main topic for the year was Self-Mentoring. I devoted 7 [...]

By |December 28th, 2015|Gender Gap, management, Self-management, square peg|0 Comments

People Who Need People

The people who need people are, like the song says, "the luckiest people in the world". They are the luckiest people because help is available, they just need to ask for the help. And that's the rub. The people who need people the most are the least likely to seek assistance. One of the major [...]

By |December 18th, 2015|management, Self-management|0 Comments

The Cell Phone Culture

The cell phone culture appears to be growing as a problem in conducting business.I recently had dinner with a senior executive at a prominent marketing company. I asked him "what is the biggest management problem you face"? His response was most interesting. "My biggest challenge is dealing with the cell phone culture, getting people to [...]

By |December 15th, 2015|Executive, management, Self-management|0 Comments