Conversations in Management: Ann Marie Jarvis

She could convince the devil to put down its pitchfork; she just had a way about her. Olive Crow-Dadisman It’s a safe assumption that Satan wouldn’t easily part with his … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: Captain Sigsbee

Judgment should be suspended until investigation has been made. Captain Charles Dwight Sigsbee The ship’s bugler played taps at 9:00 PM and as the last notes drifted across Havana’s harbor, … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: Marcus Aurelius

Do your job without whining.  Marcus Aurelius Marcus Aurelius—Emperor of Rome—made this edict while on military campaign during the closing years of his life. He was engaged in the slow … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: Curtis Ebbesmeyer

There is no yellow rubber ducky flotilla approaching your shores. Curtis Ebbesmeyer It was a dark and stormy night during the winter of 1992 when a massive wave ripped 20 … Continue Reading →