Sunday night. Just before 6:00 pm according to my South Seas Club clock. A really nice 70 degrees in the shade. Listening to a little John Butler Trio. Good times in SoCal.
Terry pointed out the John Butler Trio over the weekend. Never heard of them. That’s when you know you’re not ready for a soul patch. This is some great music…gotta say so myself. Check out YouTube to see for yourself.
Guy Kawasaki has an interesting interview with Jeffrey Pfeffer, author of What Were They Thinking?. You can check it out right here. There’s actually 16 questions…I think Guy is applying CopyBlogger’s "how to write headlines that work" idea. Or a
One of the distinctives of a learning organization is that you’re actually paying attention to what’s happening in and around what you do. In other words, when things happen inside or outside you are taking note AND acting on what
Not sure if you’ve been following Terry’s saga or not. It’s been a little painful. Probably because I poked a little fun this a.m. Ilm delayed into DFW! Dohhhhhhh! You can catch up with Terry at TerryStorch.com.
Right after the honest evaluation of who your customer is, figuring out their root needs is an essential step. My assessment, lots of organizations don’t have a clue about connecting with the customer they claim to be interested in reaching.
Last night was a real treasure. We took my dad to a Padre game and had a GREAT time. One of the best! Wish I had a picture mid-chili dog…but this is a good one, too!
I don’t know about you but I really look forward to reading the latest from certain authors. Jeffrey Pfeffer is one of those for me. What Were They Thinking?: Unconventional Wisdom About Management is his latest. It hits the shelves
A few days ago I wrote about the Main Thing, the term used in The Power of Alignment to describe the organization’s central purpose. For most of us there is a two-fold challenge. Arriving at absolute clarity on the essence
One of the real joys of the last 2 years has been running across great thinkers around the blogosphere. Some days I scroll all the way thru my Google Reader and find nothing…but most of the time there is just