Archive | May, 2008

Leadership Fave of the Week:

Thursday, May 22, 2008

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Always searching for valuable insight, content and resources, I discovered a website rich in all of the above. Michael McKinney has assembled a great mix, a smorgasbord of stuff about leadership.   What is especially meaningful to me is that McKiinney is a kindred spirit: we both believe that leadership is about becoming a better […]


Fixing America: NBA Joins the Ranks of Cheats

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

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As if we did not have enough agita with the NFL and Patriots Spying, it has come to light that referees — yes, referees — in the NBA were (1) making calls to favor one team over another, (2) advising the coaches of what they were doing and (3) betting on the games. Unless and […]


Patriots Spying

Thursday, May 15, 2008

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On February 3rd of this year, carried my post about spying on other teams by the Patriots. I said that the issue would be evergreen because the team and the league took a Nixonian stance: stonewalling, denial and destruction of records.   Today, Senator Arlen Specter, citing new information from former Patriots’ employee Matt Walsh, […]


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