September 2010 Posts

What’s Better for Business: Creative Thinking or Integrity?

As the world gets faster, “smaller” – and older – so do the demands of consumers and employees. An interesting note is that consumers ARE employees, and vice versa. We spend a lot of time defining and drawing lines between […]

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Music Lessons: What Does It Take to Get Everyone to Lead?

Leadership is a hot topic right now. At Tribe, we hear many large clients talking about the need to teach leadership to people at all levels of the company. In small companies, like Tribe, for instance, we need everyone to […]

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What’s New with Your Hairdo?

Tribe is working on a Six Figure Hairdresser app for the iPhone and iPad. Over the past few weeks Tribe has been working with celebrity hairdresser Harry Wood of Van Michael Salon to develop training materials for his Six Figure Hairdresser […]

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Guest Post by Jennifer Bull: “Are You Crazy Enough To Be An Entrepreneur?”

Great post: “Are You Crazy Enough To Be An Entrepreneur,” by my friend and colleague Jennifer Bull, on an interesting article in Sunday’s New York Times, titled “Just Manic Enough: Seeking Entrepreneurs.” Plus a good-natured dig at our possibly-crazy-but-definitely-on-fire friend […]

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Are You Crazy Enough to Be A Genius?

A story jumped out at me on the front page of yesterday’s New York Times Business Section: “Just Manic Enough: Seeking Perfect Entrepreneurs.” It talks about the very thin line that separates genius from mania, and how you have to […]

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Do Crop Mobs Mean We’re Hungry for Meaningful Work?

One man’s work is another man’s fun. I remember my father once remarking that if you told a bunch of grown men with reasonably high incomes that they had to spend the afternoon out in the hot sun trying to […]

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Cogswell Hausler Had Engagement Before Engagement Was Cool

What makes an office a good place to work? Nowadays we call it employee engagement, but when I was a kid hanging around my father’s architectural firm, it just looked like people having a good time doing work that would shape their careers

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Dan Pink’s Book “Drive” Explained in Pictures

Daniel H. Pink’s latest book, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, is as smart and thought provoking as any of his others. (Free Agent Nation happens to be my personal favorite, but A Whole New Mind is great too.) In […]

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