A Case For Authentic Leadership

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I watch the History Channel. Yes, those droll, stretched-out-like-taffy documentaries that strain to make a whole hour of drama out of four faded photographs. But I have to confess that most of what I watch on that channel — my oblique approach to scholarly inquiry – is Pawn Stars, the eccentric, quirky family and friends that run a Las Vegas pawn …

Deciding To Decide

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It was Decision Time. I’ve had this nice direct-drive turntable for years, nestled in a box in my basement, right next to my carefully preserved museum of vinyl record albums. It was time to get rid of the turntable, maybe sell it on eBay or craigslist to some gray-haired audiophile who believes (as many do) that music on vinyl sounds warmer and …