Pulling into the aid station at the half-way point of my first (and so far only) half-marathon – my legs exploding in pain – I know I’m in big trouble. Me: “If this was just a training run instead of a race, I’d definitely stop right now.” Girlfriend: “Geez, that…Details
If you had to pick four traits for your work team to embody, what would they be? Collaboration, perhaps? Cooperation? Communication? Surprisingly, when Steve Kerr addressed his group of 14 men before a morning meeting this week, he omitted many of the traditional team characteristics, instead focusing on 4 unconventional…Details
There’s a great scene in the movie Bird (1988), Clint Eastwood’s biopic of famed jazz man Charlie Parker, in which a young musician goes to a club to hear Parker play. Bird (as Parker was called) is so naturally gifted that the musician in the audience leaves the club in…Details
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–A blab chat with Dave Blum and guests…
When does the puppet-master become the puppet? Not that often, probably, but that’s exactly what happened to me last month at the annual NASAGA conference. (NASAGA, by the way, stands for the North American Simulation and Gaming Association — a “network of professionals dedicated to the design, implementation, and…Details
All worthwhile endeavors start with a question. In a 1962 speech at Rice University, John F. Kennedy famously asked: “But why, some say, the moon? Why choose this as our goal? And they may well ask why climb the highest mountain? Why, 35 years ago, fly the Atlantic? … We…Details
When I first started my treasure hunt company, Dr. Clue, in 1995, I had two directions I could take it. I could either walk down the path of creating the most entertaining recreation activity in the business, OR I could concentrate on harvesting deep learning from the exercise. By and…Details