Zappos, the legendary online retailer, has a recommended book list for both its employees and customers. Our book, “Yes, And,” is listed alongside a bunch of terrific books about business, culture and innovation. So that’s pretty cool.
Unless you’ve been smart enough to live under a rock for the past year, you know we’ve had sweeping changes in our political leadership.
It’s true – I went back to school and learned to open a door. I promise this is not a metaphor.
I picked up the microphone and looked out at the crowd of business people, gathered in neat rows on the top floor of a Chicago skyscraper. They were here for a talk about IDEO and design thinking.
The cloud just got a little funnier.
A colleague sent me the blog first thing this morning. I’m guessing it was sent to inspire or incite – it’s not clear which just yet.
Because I work for The Second City, a lot of people assume all I do at my job is laugh.
Fordham law professor, Alison Taylor, has a great piece in the Harvard Business Review that was just published called 5 Signs Your Organization Might Be Headed for an Ethics Scandal.