Tag Archives: Harvard University

Hall of Fame Performance and the Leadership Factor

The key issue isn’t having a strategy, it’s getting it implemented!  ~Jack Welch One of the most difficult areas of business is not developing strategy, but actually delivering on strategic objectives. Every business has a strategy (some developed with expensive consulting … Continue reading

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Genes, DNA and Corporate Culture

  I think that the formation of [DNA’s] structure by Watson and Crick may turn out to be the greatest development in the field of molecular genetics in recent years. — Linus Pauling, Nobel Prize for Genetics   On April … Continue reading

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“Oxbridge” Interviews . . . And the 5 Why’s

This past Saturday I spend a couple of hours at my daughter’s high school in London conducting mock interviews for senior students applying to university.  They call them “Oxbridge” interviews since many of the students are applying to either Cambridge … Continue reading

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Dinner at Cambridge University . . . and a shocking revelation

This past week we were invited to Cambridge University for dinner at the Trinity College dining hall (think of the dining hall in the Harry Potter movies and you have a good image) by a graduate student.  Our friend is … Continue reading

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