Searching for '"Don't Trust, Just Verify"'
With all the hype about Freakonomics this year, it's no wonder that Steven D. Levitt, coauthor of the book, was asked for his "Golden Rule" in the December issue of Business 2. 0.
Paul Vigna and Michael Casey make a compelling case for the promise of blockchain technology and why we should all get involved.
Thanks to Stephen Covey and the folks at FSB Associates for the following article. Mr. Covey will be the keynote speaker at Linkage's 11th Annual "Best of Organization Development Summit" in Chicago, May 12-14, 2009.
Yes, there are "hip" and "hot" topics in finance, including the key numbers to watch when assessing public companies. And there has been an interesting transformation over the years regarding what numbers were "hot. " In the late 90's, 2000 and 2001, the key financial number everyone watched and talked about was EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization).
Jonathan Salem Baskin and Michael Cayley met through the concurrent release of their manifestos in the 50th issue of ChangeThis, and have coauthored the following article on the nature of networks and crisis leadership. Looking for Leadership? Invest in Your Networks by Michael Cayley & Jonathan Salem Baskin Lincoln and Roosevelt are heralded as great American leaders in times of crisis, and their vision and fortitude are recognized as drivers of their historic accomplishments.
A business parable about the journey to teamwork, profit, and purpose from award-winning new media strategist.
Gloria Origgi has written a book on reputation that mixes the latest social science with the most timeless lessons of philosophy and literature to explore how our inner lives interact with and affect our social lives.