Tag Archives: predictably irrational

Seeking Perfection

Seth Godin had an interesting post today talking about delight and mentioning six sigma.  It caught my attention, because some folks I know have been taking six sigma classes who work in health care. Health care, and all of the … Continue reading

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Seth Godin’s Linchpin Review- Part 2

I’ve spent most of my free moments over the weekend reading and contemplating Seth Godin‘s new book, Linchpin. I’m about half way through, and it’s becoming clear that one of Seth’s main themes is that the real way to get … Continue reading

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Top Ten Mania- My Top Ten Books

There’s always a year end meme that goes something like “Top Ten (insert noun here) of the Year”, so I thought I would do one of my own in a bunch of sequential posts (ten perhaps??).  Here’s number one: Top … Continue reading

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Online Business Relationships

“Business Relationships” used to sound like an oxymoron- there was business, and then there were relationships, friendships, you had outside of the business or work world.  Companies classically (and probably still do in many places) discourage workplace romantic relationships, as … Continue reading

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In the Golden Age of Commerce…. Social and Financial Contracts

Over the weekend, I heard two politicians make comments that stuck with me.  Mike Castle, congressman from Delaware, reported that in recent talks with ING Bank, they are doing very well.  The mortgages that they have financed are doing fine, … Continue reading

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