Monthly Archives: July 2011

Taxation without Representation

So there’s lots going on right now to blog about: in finance there’s the continuing debt saga of Greece and the potential failure of the euro, all the way up to the news today that the US, for the first … Continue reading

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Innovation

So I was reading Delta’s inflight magazine on the way to Detroit… The book the business section recommends reading is called “The Innovator’s DNA: Mastering the Five Skills of Disruptive Innovators.” Pretty typical fair, mostly what you’d expect–another business book … Continue reading

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Productivity

Jim Dey posted a great article to Facebook that I read on the Businessinsider website, “French: The Most Productive People In The World.” I really enjoyed it, because they were proving a point that we often make at Diamond Cutter … Continue reading

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Report them to HR

We just finished doing a DCI retreat in Vancouver and someone asked me a question in one of the groups: “What if someone asks me to talk to someone else who is causing a problem in the company? What should … Continue reading

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