The bumbling, buzzing confusion in my head makes me ponder whether I’m returning to babyhood.
I spent the better part of ten days in Alaska earlier this month.
Upon return, I headed to Asilomar for several days of intense Overlap 09.
I was off the grid for more than half Continue reading Information sickness
An updated, streamlined version of my book on learning in business organizations has just been released. You can buy a copy for the memorable price of $19.84.
By Boosting Corporate Brainpower
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Synopsis: Smart companies Continue reading Latest book from Jay: Work Smarter
Learning is a necessary but insufficient condition for working smarter.
Dictionaries define learning as acquiring knowledge and skills. But we all know skilled, knowledgeable people who don’t get things done, don’t we? Learning that doesn’t lead to doing is no better than not learning at all.
The Continue reading Learning’s not enough
Uta and I will be Alaska July 13-22 visiting our son and gawking at wildlife. Fairbanks – Denali – Valdez – Copper Center – Fairbanks. We plan to be off the grid most of the time.
We’re up for suggestions and tips.
Yesterday you would have found me on the sunny deck of a beautfiul house in Mill Valley, peering across a valley to the slopes of Mount Tam. The master of the house, a close friend, we go back thirty years, fixed me in his gaze and looked a bit puzzled before exclaiming, “Jay, you shaved off your Continue reading Peel the onion with Jay
My new car is one year old! How did that happen? Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’ into the future. Midyear already! How did we get here so quickly? It’s making me dizzy.
I’m going to reflect on what I’ve been up to in 2009 thus far. Caution: this is what Jon Stewart would call old news.
Winter Continue reading Reflecting on the first half of 2009