Communities across America are re-opening for business. This is great, but we still need to be smart. Months of quarantines and lockdowns have served a great purpose. We’ve learned a […]

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Personal responsibility is a concept that is sometimes thrown around like some kind of slogan. But it’s a real thing, and in these trying times, it has never been more […]

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The coronavirus pandemic and nationwide protesting are two major challenges that America faces. This is a moment in history that will be written about for years to come. There are […]

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In these difficult times, many business leaders have no choice but to cut costs to survive. These executives face wrenching decisions that require a dispassionate organization-level view of what roles, […]

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How do we get back to some kind of normal? This is the trillion dollar question everybody is debating. One of the first lessons in investing is that risk and […]

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Social distancing is a challenge.  It has disrupted more than the daily rhythm of life. It has put life goals and plans on hold. But there’s opportunity in this struggle […]

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Resourceful and fortunate companies are remaining productive.  Determining how to structure teams fit for purpose is a challenge for business leaders even in non-pandemic times.  Different challenges call for groups […]

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Social distancing is going to temporarily change the way we work, socialize and travel. In time, we all expect the crisis will pass… and schools, stores, restaurants, hotels, airports will […]

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Fear of coronavirus has been increasing in recent weeks. It’s undeniably tragic for those impacted in China, and scary for those of us living elsewhere in the world. Many friends […]

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I noticed in the news last week, that it was the 100 year anniversary of prohibition. This giant policy blunder got me thinking again about the idea of unintended consequences. […]

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