This is where I write, infrequently, about sense and nonsense in the world of managers and consultants, things which occupy my mind, some serious, others funny and frank. The contributions are intended to entertain and to inspire further thoughts about the challenges managers have to face today – and tomorrow.
Why culture matters to everyone: About black pedgagogics, missed turnoffs, Fritz Perls, dugouts, toy blocks, IBM, and growth opportunities.
About bad feelings in a plane, CEO’s in panic, the Pleistocene, a royal couple, bonsai scissors, and transcendent gravity.
About Klitschko (for the last time), Uganga, dying too soon, infirmity in the best age, extra tuition for managers, much rubbish, Vasella, and a crash training in logic.
About matreated concepts, sudden hearing loss, flabby visions, a taste for nonsense, the limits of realists, touchability, and Alexis Sorbas.
About hammers, shock reactions, rancid juice, circular reasoning, monosynaptic management, and manic-depressive swings.
About extra miles, fire accelerants, air howlers, contemplation, pulse 220, a slightly disgusting check question, about breathing and the big lines of thinking.