Daily Archives: May 15, 2015

The Fraternity of Failure Paul Krugman

A very important article in today’s New York Times by Paul Krugman, likely to be ignored by all Republicans who most need to read it:  Jeb Bush wants to stop talking about past controversies. And you can see why. He … Continue reading

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Good Boys Are Hard To Find

I mentor a lot of young people, almost exclusively young women. And they often complaint to me that: “Good boys are hard to find.”  And based on my experience and research and talking to my female mentees over the years, … Continue reading

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The Jason Bourne Movies as an Insightful Mirror of Corporate America

One of the things I love about the Jason Bourne movies is the light they throw on corporate decision making. Not so much the corruption of the CIA, but simply the ways consequential decisions are made. I grew up in … Continue reading

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