Tag Archives: Harvard Business Review

What’s On Your Bookshelf?

So many books, so little time.  I love to read, but seldom have the time to do it.  And when I do, I want to “unplug” – spend a little time in a fictional world chasing dragons, finding magic and getting involved in other people’s stories.  That being said, there is value to reading for […]

Cultural Diversity in the Workplace

Multiculturalism has been sewn into the fabric of America for hundreds of years.  40 million immigrants came to the United States between 1830 and 1940, many of them with little or no English language skills, and certainly most of them unskilled laborers.  And the face of America continues to change.  According to the 2010 U.S. […]

What to read….what to read…..

Recently I came across a guest blog by Mitch Joel on the Harvard Business Review website about some “summer reading” and online resources of value to marketers. Really, who has time to read these days?  Between keeping up with work, home, family (and in some cases, school!) time is of the essence.   But there are […]