Tag: Decision Making

It’s a fact

  |   Decision Making

When I was a kid, dinner was always a time for spirited discussion.  Every now and then that spirited discussion would veer dangerously close to argument. But since the house rules included never questioning another person’s integrity, intelligence, or motives, things usually stayed within bounds. Often, a  »  Read More

What to learn from the military

  |   Leadership

What to learn from the military was the topic for Tuesday evening’s Leadership Chat on Twitter. Let me drive a couple of stakes in the ground before we get to the main points. We shouldn’t be learning from the whole military. As with business, we learn the most important lessons from top performing  »  Read More

Mrs. Aristotle’s Teeth

  |   Decision Making

You’ve probably heard of Aristotle. The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy opens its article on the great philosopher with this: “Aristotle is a towering figure in ancient Greek philosophy, making contributions to logic, metaphysics, mathematics, physics, biology, botany, ethics, politics, agriculture  »  Read More