• Lessons from the “Einstein of Management”
    Peter Drucker, photo by Jeff McNeill (Wikimedia Commons)
    Lessons from the “Einstein of Management”

    How Peter F. Drucker revolutionized the making of leaders.

  • Great Expeditions
    Great Expeditions

    Managing organization-wide change is daunting but the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.

  • What Can We Do to Support Our Project Managers?
    What Can We Do to Support Our Project Managers?

    Regardless of having the training to manage multiple projects, those who carry the title of Project Manager are still eager for continuous education and support from their organizations to achieve success in their position. 

  • “Responding to Different Realities Is What Tribal Peoples Have Always Done in This Country.”
    Shoshana Wasserman
    “Responding to Different Realities Is What Tribal Peoples Have Always Done in This Country.”

    Shoshana Wasserman has worked all her life to increase native peoples’ visibility – the past 16 years alone by helping to make the First Americans Museum (FAM) in Oklahoma a reality. Yet, for many years,…

  • What to Say?
    What to Say?

    A reading list about all kinds of conversations: light, naked, difficult and otherwise. 

  • “That Normal Does Not Exist Anymore.”
    “That Normal Does Not Exist Anymore.”

    As the world strategizes on what the “New Normal” should look like, Vlatka Hlupic argues that humane, social-minded companies will survive in the post-pandemic world. How can we become part of a company that is…

  • “As a Manager, How Can I Learn a ‘Hands Off’ Approach?”
    “As a Manager, How Can I Learn a ‘Hands Off’ Approach?”

    (without having my anxiety go through the roof in the process).