Arizona Daily Star (Tucson) April 30, 2012 Yes: Our strategic goals depend on it; No: Negotiations are the best hope By Lawrence J. Haas; John B. Quigley Editor’s note: Every Monday we offer pro/con pieces from the McClatchy-Tribune news service … Continue reading →
Washington Post April 30, 2012 Pg. 13 For a year, a chorus of pundits has been proclaiming that the Arab Spring has ushered in a new era in the Middle East in which the United States no longer is the … Continue reading →
Seattle Times April 30, 2012 Spokane-area leaders say the key to preserving the base may be landing the next generation of aerial-refueling tankers to be built by Boeing. By Nicholas K. Geranios, Associated Press SPOKANE — Fairchild Air Force Base … Continue reading →
view original / eblingroup.com / One of the things I love most about leadership coaching is the opportunity to see lots of different executives in action. I get to see them in team meetings, in presentations, in one-on-one’s, and just … Continue reading →
Weekly Standard May 7, 2012 View Original / Michael Auslin / Weekly Standard The release of the Obama administration’s defense budget in January makes clear just how the president intends to reshape the U.S. military. For starters, the Army will … Continue reading →
washingtonpost.com / view original / Victor Hwang Silicon Valley is widely regarded as the ultimate success as an incubator of start-ups and entrepreneurship. Yet most businesspeople, leaders and innovators around the world have learned the wrong lessons from it.
They focus primarily on its ingredients — its obvious assets, like venture capital, skilled workers and universities. What they have largely ignored is its recipe — the social interactions that turn those ingredients into vibrant companies. Learning the right lessons of the Valley can empower entrepreneurs, as well as cities and regions, and take them to new heights of innovation and productivity.
A bud of mine, Josh Zaker, passed this piece to me the other day. It was written for Foreign Affairs in the Spring of 1957… amazing at how relevant Dr Kissinger’s words are still for us 55 years later. I … Continue reading →