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Book Report: Success and Luck

“If any of you go running or ride a bike, you’ll know that when you’re running of bicycling into the wind, you’re very aware of it. You just can’t wait till the course turns around and you’ve got the wind

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Posted in Books, Leadership, Math and Science

Behind the Scenes of a Live Product Demo

This post can be considered at least partially a follow-up to Seven Tips to More Effective Public Speaking… When Brent and I presented at the CableLabs Winter Conference, it was a great experience.  We formed part of the Innovation Showcase,

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Posted in Marketing

The Seating Plan Shuffle

Recently, my team moved to a different location in the office.  On paper, this has two major benefits: We are now closer to the Product Management team I am no longer the closest person to the door, so I no

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Posted in Everything, Management

Dilbert on Leadership

I’m a Dilbert fan.  As an engineer who now works in marketing, and compounds that sacrilege by working in management, I see the humour from many angles perhaps more than most.  Every so often, Dilbert tackles leadership, and more often

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Posted in Books, Leadership, Management

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