Pamela Meyer wrote an article for MIT Sloan Management Review titled Four Ways to Build a Culture of Honesty and Avoid Productivity Paranoia (4 April 2023).Continue reading “The more trusting the environment becomes, the more reliable and productive its participants become”
Roger L. Martin: 100% of the world’s data across all fields is from the past. There is no data about the future.
Paddy Gilmore: How a quieter form of marketing can cut through the noise
Paddy Gilmore wrote an article titled Quiet Please… Humor, Marketing, and Noise (8 May 2023).Continue reading “Paddy Gilmore: How a quieter form of marketing can cut through the noise”
Carl Sagan on science and skepticism
Carl Sagan interviewed by Charlie Rose (1996):
“We’ve arranged a society based on science and technology, in which nobody understands anything about science and technology. And this combustible mixture of ignorance and power, sooner or later, is going to blow up in our faces. Who is running the science and technology in a democracy, if the people don’t know anything as about it?”Continue reading “Carl Sagan on science and skepticism”
Precision Scheduled Railroading from a carman’s perspective
Mike L wrote an article for The Real News Network titled A carman’s perspective on the East Palestine derailment and the railroad industry as a whole (March 31, 2023).Continue reading “Precision Scheduled Railroading from a carman’s perspective”
The number of students at community colleges has fallen 37% since 2010
Jon Marcus of The Hechinger Report wrote an article titled More than a third of community college students have vanished (April 3, 2023).Continue reading “The number of students at community colleges has fallen 37% since 2010”
FTC enforcement for review hijacking
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission issued a press release titled FTC Approves Final Order against The Bountiful Company in First Case Alleging Hijacking of Online Product Reviews (April 10, 2023).Continue reading “FTC enforcement for review hijacking”
People 55 and older are the fastest-growing segment of the workforce
Callum Borchers wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal titled Bosses Want Hard Workers—So They’re Hiring Older People (6 April 2023).Continue reading “People 55 and older are the fastest-growing segment of the workforce”
Alex Murrell: Distinctiveness has died.
Alex Murrell wrote a blog post titled The Age of Average (March 20, 2023).
« This article argues that from film to fashion and architecture to advertising, creative fields have become dominated and defined by convention and cliché. Distinctiveness has died. In every field we look at, we find that everything looks the same. Welcome to the age of average. »Continue reading “Alex Murrell: Distinctiveness has died.”
Paul DelSignore on AI and the Law
Paul DelSignore wrote a Medium post titled AI and the Law: What You Need To Know (21 March 2023).Continue reading “Paul DelSignore on AI and the Law”