Blog Archives

The Squeaky Wheel

Most managers and business owners do what’s easiest, most beneficial, and least painful for them, not what’s best for the company. They kowtow to troublemakers and let dysfunctional situations fester instead of getting tough and dealing with them head-on as they should. That just incentivizes bad behavior. Like coddling whiny[…] Read On

Surviving the PC-Crazy Business World

I have a nasty habit of saying what’s on my mind. Actually, it’s a double-edged sword. Being fearlessly direct and opposing the status quo has played a remarkably positive role in my career. For that, I’m eternally grateful. And I highly recommend it. But my big mouth has gotten me[…] Read On