Posts Tagged: legacy

Your Talent Management Legacy – Maintain and Survive or Go Bold and Thrive?

There’s a lot of talk these days about legacy. As President Obama nears the 6-year mark of his time in office, discussion has already turned to what his legacy will be, based on his term-to-date as well as how his remaining decisions will impact his historical legacy. The high cost of legacy systems When itRead… Read more »

A Modern Legacy

This is the most blatant example I’ve seen about how a traditional business can adapt the internet revolution to increase value. I sat down with a high school buddy, who for the last 40 years has run a specialty instrument company. These instruments, which are globally famous, are used by labs, hospitals, and research facilitiesRead… Read more »

A Requiem for a “Last Angry Man”: A Son’s Eulogy

It’s been a battle, discovering whether I was ready to write and share about my dad’s recent death. I guess this posting is the answer. I hope you find some meaning in the heartfelt words and stories. Thanks for reading. Mark ————- My father died on Father’s Day. I’m not sure his timing was meantRead… Read more »