When Everything is Going Well – The Duty of a Leader by Guy Higgins

As I was doing a little research for one of my posts, I came across an aviation…

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How Corporate Culture Contributes to Corporate Success

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I recently read an article in IndustryWeek titled, “You Have the Wrong Idea about Corporate Culture.” The…

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Debiasing – How Leaders Can Avoid Biased Decision-Making

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I recently read an article that summarized an interview with Nobel Laureate Richard Thaler. The article, titled…

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Context, Hedgehogs, and Critical Thinking – Insights by Guy Higgins

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I recently read an article online. I’m not going to provide specifics because the specifics aren’t important…

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Privacy Policy and Terms of Service – What is Going On?

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I could hardly help but notice that my email inbox has, recently, been swamped by emails with…

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Heroism or Professionalism?

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Recently, Southwest Airlines flight 1380 experienced a catastrophic engine failure (note for non-aviators: a catastrophic engine failure…

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Social Media and Security

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Last week, I posted on thoughts about where organizational cyber-security responsibilities should be assigned. This week, I…

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Security – Whose Job?

In the wake of revelations of the sale of enormous amounts of personal information by Facebook to…

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Crisis Communications: Assuming

Recently, I posted about context and clarity in communication. As I was reading The Admirals (an excellent…

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Crisis Communications: Context and Clarity

I recently saw, on social media, a political cartoon from 1941 with a question from the person…

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