Monthly Archives: October 2009

We All Benefit by Developing Women Leaders

My friend and colleague Dr. Anna Marie Valero has recently completed an important a new book which she has been working on for years. It focuses on developing women leaderships; it beautifully lays out the benefits of women leadership, the … Continue reading

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Hard Choices on Broadway: Reflecting on the recent GUYS & DOLLS revival

Will the gilmore girl will out? Well she did not and the show closed losing all of its investors’  money.  TV’s very attractive and charming lead in the hit series, The Gilmore Girls, Lauren Graham played the lamentable Adelaide in … Continue reading

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Hard Choices on Broadway: Reflecting on the recent GUYS & DOLLS revival

Will the Gilmore Girl will out? Well she did not and the show closed losing all of its investors’ money.  TV’s very attractive and charming lead in the hit series, The Gilmore Girls, Lauren Graham played the lamentable Adelaide in … Continue reading

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Collaborative Work and the Human Factor Collide

Productive human relations, satisfying human interactions, managing expectations collaboratively. Important, yes? But not all that much in MBA programs according to Susan Lyne, who was interviewed in the New York Times yesterday in the business section page 2, Openers. When … Continue reading

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