Monthly Archives: July 2018

Misleading Packaging

The item linked below is pretty standard click-bait, but it’s actually got some very good (and occasionally funny) examples of misleading packaging. The image below, for example, shows the wrapper for some rope: the image shows a rock-climber, but then

Misleading Packaging

The item linked below is pretty standard click-bait, but it’s actually got some very good (and occasionally funny) examples of misleading packaging. The image below, for example, shows the wrapper for some rope: the image shows a rock-climber, but then

How I Rationalized Corruption

Here’s a short clip (about 3 minutes) of Richard Bistrong (convicted of violating the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) explaining the thought process that led him into trouble. >>> LINK: How I Rationalized My Corrupt Behaviour …for me, at that

How I Rationalized Corruption

Here’s a short clip (about 3 minutes) of Richard Bistrong (convicted of violating the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) explaining the thought process that led him into trouble. >>> LINK: How I Rationalized My Corrupt Behaviour …for me, at that

Is Loyalty Evil?

Below is a useful, brief exploration of the significance of loyalty in business settings. Loyalty is quite possibly the first value of all organizations. After all, without loyalty to the organization, you don’t have a team, and without a team

Is Loyalty Evil?

Below is a useful, brief exploration of the significance of loyalty in business settings. Loyalty is quite possibly the first value of all organizations. After all, without loyalty to the organization, you don’t have a team, and without a team