It’s always a delight to talk with a fellow Workman author. Today, I’m chatting with Paul Wilkes a freelance writer for 40 years with a slew of books under his belt including The Art of Confession: Renewing Yourself Through the
Today, as I sit on an IKEA chair at an IKEA desk, we’re talking to Anders Dahlvig, former CEO of IKEA. Anders is the author of The IKEA Edge: Building Global Growth and Social Good at the World’s Most Iconic
What is your competitive advantage? How do you differentiate yourself? If you don’t know, you need to talk to Michel Neray, who is the “Chief Differentiation Officer” of Essential Message, a marketing company that helps people figure out their essential
Mark Dowds had a comfortable job as a consultant when he decided to pursue his dream of creating software tools to foster collaboration and efficiency in the workplace. Friends thought he was crazy. It was a little crazy. So why
Where are the bottlenecks that slow down your projects? Today I’m speaking with a manufacturing manager at one of the most efficient, innovative, collaborative companies around. Peter Fritz works at 3M, which produces everything from Post-its to Scotch tape and
There’s simple, complicated and complex. Simple is following a recipe for baking a cake, complicated is following a more sophisticated recipe for launching a space shuttle, and complex is a flock of birds. When I read Meg Wheatley’s first book
I came across Neil Crofts’ work five years ago when someone rang me up from the UK and said “Man, you’ve got to read this book.” And that book was called Authentic: How to Make a Living by Being Yourself.
I recently heard a story about a consultant who quit his job to become a car mechanic, and he loved it because he got the satisfaction of overseeing the whole process of taking a car that needed to be fixed