A quick review
of issues involving people at work in other
Why Should Anyone Believe You?
What ruined Enron wasn’t just accounting. It was a
culture that valued appealing lies over inconvenient
truths. Are you sure your company is all that
Is the Information Revolution Dead?
If history is a guide, it is not.
The Incredible Shrinking Resume
In this job market, it may pay to downplay your bona
Words, phrases, and jargon that should never be spoken
The CEO as Shock Jock
Corporate leaders are using private radio broadcasts to
connect with employees. Here’s
February 01, 2002
Dossier: Wing Tips
Highflying James Murphy teaches the principles of aerial
combat to corporate execs.
Re: How to Get Your Book Published
Think you’ve got the making of the next blockbuster
business best seller? Take it from a pro: It’s not
as easy as it looks.
Verdi and Me
High-tech entrepreneur Brent Habig on singing opera, and
how it makes him a better manager than you are. Or at
Improve your chances for success through better decision
Letter from Silicon Valley:
Zen and the Art of Management Coaching
Taking the fine art of management consulting to
Can Love Save the World?
Yes, but only if it’s the smart, militant,
hard-edged kind of love that Jesus, Gandhi, and Martin
Luther King Jr. had in mind.
Ours is a noisy, complicated, dangerous world of
political conflicts, policy quagmires, and ethnic
hatreds. Can something as simple as listening really
Yes, But How?
Vol. 47, No. 2
Too many square pegs in round holes?
Personality testing helps match people with the best
The Doctor Is Still In
HR’s not much involved with monitoring excessive
work hours of hospital resident physicians. Maybe it
Take E-Learning to the Next Step
How companies use e-learning to personalize professional
T+D (Training and Development - ASTD)
Training in the Post-Terrorism Era
Helping Organizations Build Community
Especially now, a sense of community can refocus
employees on work and learning.
Down the Up Staircase
A British TV series invites CEOs to leave their offices,
head to the front lines, and find out what’s going
on at their companies.
The Trouble With Mentors
Our correspondent seeks out the counsel of great men (and
women) and learns a valuable lesson: The best advice to
follow is your own.
The Fast 50: Champions of Innovation
Here are 50 leaders, change agents, disrupters,
trendsetters, and social entrepreneurs who are getting
things done by doing things differently.
Ideas need to move faster than ever. Global teams have to
cooperate more closely than ever. Nonstop travel seems
less appealing than ever. The solution: an ever-growing
collection of tools for electronic collaboration. Can it
be that when it comes to doing real work across long
distances, we are virtually there?
How Intel Puts Innovation Inside
Everybody worships at the altar of innovation. But it
takes a company such as Intel to distill the very essence
of innovation and turn it into a set of learnable,
March 2002 News for a Change