Monthly Archives: March 2013

Don’t Mess with the Mission, Mess with the Definition.

In my previous post There’s No Room for an Identity Crisis in your Mission,  I spoke about the value of having a mission statement that reflects your company’s identity.  I had spoken with the president of a mid-sized engineering firm, … Continue reading

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There’s No Room for an Identity Crisis in Your Mission

I had a conversation with the president of a mid-sized engineering consulting firm the other day, and ever since I can’t stop thinking about Pablo Picasso.   I love this firm.  I love this firm because they personify excellence.  They are smart.  … Continue reading

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Remote Working is Not Just a Benefit

As the co-founder of a virtually-based company, focused on helping other virtual workers,  hearing Yahoo’s and Best Buy’s new policy on banning remote work, well, it’s like a knife to the heart. But, I understand the problem. Yahoo‘s head of human … Continue reading

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