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Who, What, When, Where, and Why?

Several years ago a Kennedy descendant flew his private airplane from New Jersey (I think ) to an island in the Atlantic offshore New England.  It crashed and he was killed.  I probably heard it first on the TV news … Continue reading

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Tribal Politics and This Year’s Election

In the Review Section of Saturday’s edition of the Wall Street Journal, the lead article was entitled “A Truce for our Tribal Politics”. It was written by Dr. Haidt – a social psychologist at New York University Stern School of … Continue reading

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Leadership, Politics and The News

A recent opinion piece by David Harsany a writer for Creator’s Syndicate said that the increased clamoring for leadership found in the news a lot lately is “unsavory, dangerous, and un-American”.   What he thinks is that most of the … Continue reading

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Coaches, CEO’s and Compensation – Is it a Problem?

In previous posts, we observed that some of the spread between the income of the top 1% of the population and the rest of us in the last 20 years has been the large increase in what some college coaches … Continue reading

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4C’s – College Coaches, CEO’s and Compensation – Part II

In part I, we addressed the college coaches high salary growth over the last 30 years or so.  In this we will address the large growth in Corporate CEO compensation over the approximately same time period. This past June, columnist … Continue reading

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Campbell’s Critical Criteria – For Success

In late 1989, I was given responsibility for a Corporate Services Group that included a diverse group of functions.  We had Corporate aircraft including operations and maintenance and our own hangar at the main airport; an in-house travel agency; a … Continue reading

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Money and Motivation – Keeping Score

There was a recent article published in the Tulsa World that a new study “When Does Money Make Money More Important?” concludes that money from one’s work never loses its importance.  If fact, it may become more important as one’s income … Continue reading

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