Rich Kalgaard: An interview by Bob Morris

Rich Karlgaard is an angel investor, board director and Wall Street Journal best-selling author as well as the longtime publisher (since 1998) of Forbes magazine. He also writes the Forbes column, “Innovation Rules,” which is known for its witty assessment of business and technology. He has been a regular panelist on television’s Forbes on FOX… Read More Rich Kalgaard: An interview by Bob Morris

Dan Pontefract : Part 2 of an interview by Bob Morris

Dan Pontefract is the author of Flat Army: Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization. He also holds the role of Head of Learning & Collaboration at TELUS where he is responsible for the overarching leadership development, learning and collaboration strategy for the company where he introduced the TELUS Leadership Philosophy and the Learning 2.0 framework… Read More Dan Pontefract : Part 2 of an interview by Bob Morris

Dan Pontefract: Part 1 of an interview by Bob Morris

Dan Pontefract is the author of Flat Army: Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization. He also holds the role of Head of Learning & Collaboration at TELUS where he is responsible for the overarching leadership development, learning and collaboration strategy for the company where he introduced the TELUS Leadership Philosophy and the Learning 2.0 framework… Read More Dan Pontefract: Part 1 of an interview by Bob Morris

Nancy Duarte: An interview by Bob Morris

Nancy Duarte has driven the vision and growth of Duarte for 20 years, building an internationally respected design firm, which has created over a quarter of a million presentations. She has helped shape the perceptions of many of the world’s leading brands and thought leaders. Nancy is the author of the best-selling and award winning book Slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations, where her experience was… Read More Nancy Duarte: An interview by Bob Morris

Are The Humanities a Soon-To-Be-Dead Discipline? Not According To Steve Jobs

From the New York Times:  Career Counselor: Bill Gates or Steve Jobs? At an event unveiling new Apple products, Mr. Jobs said: “It’s in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough — it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our heart sing and nowhere… Read More Are The Humanities a Soon-To-Be-Dead Discipline? Not According To Steve Jobs

About Facebook & LinkedIn – a Little More Insight into these Modern Marvels

Confession time.  I’m still pretty (very!) uncertain about how to take advantage of Facebook and LinkedIn.  I’m still learning how to actually use Twitter.  And I have friends, a son, a brother, who try to tell me how to do things with my computer, and I just have great trouble “getting it.”  It’s so embarrassing!… Read More About Facebook & LinkedIn – a Little More Insight into these Modern Marvels

From Roger Staubach to Title IX Babies – Athletic Endeavor Really Can Lead to Business Success

Legendary is not a strong enough word.  Here in Dallas, whatever punch the word “legendary” carries, it is not enough to describe the name Roger Staubach.  The winner of two Super Bowls for the Dallas Cowboys, Roger Staubach is simply the man.  And his success on the field carried over into a vast Real Estate… Read More From Roger Staubach to Title IX Babies – Athletic Endeavor Really Can Lead to Business Success

A Quote For The Day – Bill Gates & Chad Holliday On Innovation

These paragraphs come from Energy sector poised for innovation — with the right spark by Bill Gates and Chad Holliday, (Washington Post, Friday, April 23, 2010) This country runs on innovation. The American success story — from Ben Franklin’s bifocals to Thomas Edison’s light bulb to Henry Ford’s assembly line to today’s advanced microprocessors —… Read More A Quote For The Day – Bill Gates & Chad Holliday On Innovation