Been a bit under the weather this week, but lucky for you there’s still lots of great stuff to share. Enjoy!
Popular Shoe Company Makes Most Offensive Egypt Tweet Yet (Business Insider): Kenneth Cole made a bad, bad choice with this tweet. It’s surprising. For a company who has a focus on social responsibility and human rights – at least that was my perception – this kind of thing makes all the previous good seem inauthentic. Lots of years of good undone in one tweet.
Sizing Us & Them, A Lesson in Transparency from Rich Becker: This post is a great read with some terrific insights about the idea of transparency. This is something I’ve been thinking about a lot, so this post really resonated with some of my own ideas. It’s a little “heavier” than some of the linky love posts that I send your way, but if nothing else, take some time to read it.
Ten Useful Hacks to Make Things Happen from Valeria Maltoni: Valeria has ten different dilemmas/problems that we can encounter in day-to-day work like, “you miss the big picture,” or “your idea doesn’t get done” and then ten ways to overcome those problems and get things done. Great advice.