Can you really change out an aircraft engine in midair? Probably not. But wait 20 years for the coming of advanced 3D printers. That will make it possible to print out failing airplane parts on the spot and replace them in flight. Changing the engine
Your job and my job is to keep our jobs. The worldwide 2020 Pandemic has caused greater changes in the way we work than any other disruptive force since the Industrial Revolution when people poured out of fields and farms to working in factories..Hearing the
Last week, March 11, 2020 began the first Covid-19 lockdown in Austin. I thought it would last a few weeks at most. Now we’ve passed the year mark. We know the Pandemic will end, but we just don’t know exactly when. So what will my
How can a chubby little scout on a straggling, dragging hike give us guidance in how our lives and businesses can unfold more easily–with greater efficiency and effectiveness? His name is Herbie, and if he can help me, I’m all ears. Herbie came along in
It’s been a Century since it was this cold in Texas. It’s really difficult in today’s disjunctive world to have something we all share in common; more typically everyone is looking down, staring at their cell phones at something different from each other. . . .
People aren’t machines, we’re all quick to agree—but it’s difficult not to compare the inefficiency of business teams to the efficiency of the technology we’ve created that moves at the speed of light. Business teams are filled with intelligent, skilled, and able people who are frustrated by
Working the Way Through Pandemic Disruption In these times we are living, if I had to choose one word to describe my life, a good choice would be “Disrupted.” A combination of events we’re all experiencing has disrupted of our lives in ways that can
How Nice it Would Be to Always Be Right Here’s a huge confession—At times I would love to be a narcissist. It’s true that narcissism is described as a serious pathology by psychologists. Narcissism is thought to be chronic and incurable. I personally wouldn’t know, because