Figuring out what works and what doesn’t

I follow a number of blogs and company websites and I enjoy seeing how they evolve over time. There may be a slight change to the style or size of the font, more images may have been added, or the owner may have made it much simpler and easier to read. The content may change, too. As one’s interests or … Read More

Measuring impact at the human scale

Who’s more innovative? Apple or Microsoft; Katy Perry or Taylor Swift; Tom Brady or Russell Wilson; Frank Lloyd Wright or Mies van Der Rohe; Mark Zuckerberg or Jack Dorsey; Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk; Messi or Ronaldo? Emotions can drive the answer to that question, but the place to start is in understanding the impact that they have made. Hating … Read More

On being cooperative and competitive

Cooperation and competition are two ways to get something done. Cooperation involves reaching out and aligning yourself to another. Relationships are built that are mutually beneficial. Competition is useful, but it can turn people away. It can serve as a forge for ideas, companies, and people. Not everyone wins. The reality is that most of use both approaches in our … Read More