Monthly Archives: October 2010

On Competition

Gary Hamel on his Management Innovation Exchange website has written a fine post on empowering natural leaders, contrasting the power of the internet with the power of formal hierarchies. Along the way, he writes: The Internet is flat, open and meretricious. Nevertheless, there are thousands of natural hierarchies online. Pick any subject, search the blogosphere, […]

Inner Wildness

There may be all too little true wilderness left on our shrinking globe, but there is still plenty of wilderness within. The path toward leading successfully is all too often measured in external outcomes, but the truth we know is that it is also measured in “incomes,” the degree to which a human being is […]