Dan Jansenson wrote an article for the Santa Monica Mirror titled It’s Time to Reevaluate Scooter Rules. Continue reading “eScooter injuries in Santa Monica”
The New York Times ran a story titled A Maine Paper Mill’s Unexpected Savior: China about a 130-year old paper mill in Old Town, Maine.
« The Chinese government had cut off the import of American recycling, jeopardizing the supply lines that fed Nine Dragons’ broader business. To keep its paper plants humming, Nine Dragons needed this mill. »
Justin Bariso, author of EQ Applied, wrote an article for Inc. titled Google Spent a Decade Researching What Makes a Great Boss. It Came Up With These 10 Things. Continue reading “The habits of effective managers at Google”
Timothy Aeppel wrote a Wall Street Journal article titled Seeking Perfect Prices, CEO Tears Up the Rules dated March 27, 2007. Continue reading “Parker Hannifin’s shift from cost-plus to market-based pricing”
John Tierney and Roy F. Baumeister wrote an essay for the Wall Street Journal titled For the New Year, Say No to Negativity. Tierney and Baumeister are authors of The Power of Bad: How the Negativity Effect Rules Us and How We Can Rule It.
« negativity bias, it’s the universal tendency for bad events and emotions to affect us more strongly than positive ones. » Continue reading “Negativity Bias”
Doug Garnett wrote a blog post titled Price and Complexity (Part 1): Communication Affects the Pricing Wilderness.
« Pricing is at the center of a very complex system… In a complex system the parts are inter-related and a decision made in one area immediately affects the decisions for one or two (or all) of the other areas as well… Price is tightly connected, in fact, to each of the other 3Ps as well as the rest of a company, to competitive moves, to distribution channel and to a wide range of customer behavior and psychology. » Continue reading “Price and Complexity”