Conversations in Management: Zombies!

“Not that zombies are an everyday occurrence, but most people can wrap their brains around them.” Alex Alemi. Scranton, PA. Fort Wayne, IN. Bakersfield, CA. Austin, TX. Austin? Did you … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: Cockroaches!

“Cockroaches are a simple animal, but they can reach a complex decision.” Isaac Planas-Sitjà. First let’s review what we already know about cockroaches. For one thing, they’ve been crawling around the … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: St. Patrick’s Day

“Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy, which sustained him through temporary periods of joy.” William Butler Yeats. Yeats has it backwards—at least on St. Patrick’s Day. When … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: Stephen Hawking

“The quality I would most like to magnify is empathy.” Stephen Hawking. Stephen Hawking has been called the most brilliant theoretical physicist since Einstein. And with good reason. He’s dedicated … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: The Curator

“It could be deadly boring.” Clara Drummond. Clara Drummond was right. She was co-curator of the Morgan Library and Museum’s, A Woman’s Wit: Jane Austen’s Life and Legacy exhibit. While legions … Continue Reading →