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Jack Welsh’s “Lebensweisheit” : The 10 Leadership Principles

I read an interesting, short article that Peter Isackson wrote for the Intercultural Insights Group, he brought up the simple yet profound leadership principles that Jack Welsh developed in his time as CEO at GE. Are they as relevant today as they were when he wrote them? *1.* There is only one way ˆ the straight way. It sets the

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Credit Crisis in Visual Form

“The Crisis of Credit Visualized.” The presentation was created by Jonathan Jarvis, a designer and graduate student from Los Angles which I saw on Garr Reynold’s blog, Presentation Zen The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo. Related articles by Zemanta Visualization of the credit crisis (presentationzen.com) 5 more fresh articles…


Obama’s World Election

The recent election was remarkable and historic and one that will be remembered for many years to come; not only because of the incredible turn-out of young people, with 23 million young Americans under the age of 30 voting, a turn-out this country hasn’t seen since the 70s, but also because it was an election that was felt around the

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Our Worst Critics Prefer to Stay

Image by jackleg via Flickr Stephen J. Dubner [co-author of Freakonomics] had a contest: Write a six-word motto for the U.S! The winning motto was: Our Worst Critics Prefer to Stay (194 votes) The runners-up were: Caution! Experiment in Progress Since 1776 (134) The Most Gentle Empire So Far (64) votes You Should See the Other Guy (38) Just Like

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