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On Saturday July 28th, 1945, over two months since the end of the War in Europe (against Nazi Germany), and around a month before the end of the War in the Pacific (against Imperial Japan), an unarmed and lone B-25 Mitchell Bomber – which was involved in the routine transportation of military personnel – flew into the north-side of New York’s Empire State Building (due to thick fog) at 9.40am, colliding with the 78th, 79th and 80th floors, All three crew were killed, as were eleven workers present in the building. 133 more words
Although it’s only the first week of the year, here in Australia it’s only the 3rd day of the new year, and I am doing my best so far to make the most of it. 1,198 more words
President Trump finally got a big measure through relatively unscathed, and guess what? His tax reform bill is going to make the élite richer still, increase the US deficit, have no effect at all on the real economy, and pump up the markets in the short term….thus ensuring that, when the financial correction comes, it will be even bigger – and when poor Americans don’t step up to the consumption table (especially if the Fed raises rates again) most observers in the business media will find the outcome “surprising”. 1,143 more words
What's the best bang for buck for leaders wanting to fire up their team? The answer may surprise you so I'll tell you now - it's 'Business As UnUsual'
Yesterday I was leading a time management workshop with a dairy technology company. We were talking about structured problem solving and the conversation scampered across onto the topic of employee engagement and motivation. 489 more words