I’m a big fan of pilgrims. I mean, they are pretty cool people (so I’ve heard), they have sweet outfits, and they love to party. What’s not to love? Because of them I get every Thanksgiving off to stuff my face, watch football, and hang out with my friends and family. I will be eternally grateful for my afternoon food comas. “Pilgrims, I say thank ...

There’s a common misconception regarding the title of “leader”: You don’t have to be a manager or a supervisor in order to lead.  If you’re providing direction or support to fellow colleagues, you’re a leader.  More importantly, being a leader starts with being able to manage yourself effectively.

If you one day wish to move up the corporate ladder...

Gamification and the Future of Work

Videogames Control

I love videogames. I mean, there’s an addictive quality to them, whether it is character progression, unlocking new content and achievements, or continuing the narrative. And it’s currently a huge trend. The recently released game Grand Theft Auto V broke several Guinness World Records, including “fastest entertainment property to...

Corporate Citizen X

Corporate Citizen X

He was found by all Human Resource accounts to be
An individual contributor against whom had no official complaint,
And all the annual reviews on his performance agree
That, in the new millennial sense of a classic word, he was an
Angel,

For in all of his daily tasks he did serve the greater good of the organization.
Except for...

Part of what makes each company special is the ability to connect the whole organization together. Like many companies, Blanchard has a very special Halloween Party on their main campus and our team was V for Vendetta. Though we failed to win the team costume competition and lost to the “Walking Deadlines” in Product Development, I gotta hand it to...