The crucial second step on the road to creative strategic thinking
Meet Mark Ellison. He’s a carpenter, the best in New York City. When a billionaire or a celebrity (like David Bowie or Robin Williams) wants woodwork, …
Why every sufficiently advanced strategy is indistinguishable from magic
The moment you know the strategy failed
When (and how) dissent is due
When we should just let them go
A pledge, a commitment, and a way of thinking about a strategist's value
Life-and-death decisions are always hard
While president in 1957, Dwight Eisenhower popularized an expression he’d heard in the Army: “Plans are worthless, but planning is everything.” Of cour…
What everyone nose is snot enough
Thinking past consensus for gain
Why Nebraska's edge will come to NIL