Issue 20

Going Home
Published Dec. 14, 2005 - By Robert Paterson

"We, in the West, have been asleep for a long time." We've become accustomed to living in a Matrix. What we once aspired to achieve and earn, is now taken for granted. A new culture is starting to challenge this Matrix. A culture that will revive our sense of community and lead us home.

Issue 19

Why Your Boss is Programmed to be a Dictator
Published Nov. 9, 2005 - By Chetan Dhruve

Did you vote your boss into the corner office? If not, perhaps your boss is a dictator. Chetan Dhruve explains why bosses become dictators.

The Life Cycle of the Creative Soul
Published Nov. 9, 2005 - By Felix Gerena

"This manifesto shall be a guide for your creative efforts. A map in case you get lost. A helpful voice in times of solitude. Perhaps, the first spark for a new creative action."

Speak Softly
Published Nov. 9, 2005 - By Ira Williams

To be humble is not to be weak. To be humble is to be strong. Americans need to regain their humility.

The Creative Generalist
Published Nov. 9, 2005 - By Steve Hardy

People today are raised to be niche thinkers. We're all specialists in particular subject matters. We need to return to thinking more broadly to generate big ideas.

The Bioteaming Manifesto
Published Nov. 9, 2005 - By Ken Thompson and Robin Good

Today's virtual teams have yet to realize their full potential. They could learn a lot from Mother Nature's teams. Ken Thompson and Robin Good explain what teams can gain from Mother Nature's tips.

Issue 18

4G Web Strategy
Published Oct. 12, 2005 - By Dave Wilson and davidcoe

"'Traditional' website structure just doesn’t work any more." Websites need to enable visitors to browse with ease and leave them wanting more. Allow Dave and davidcoe to introduce you to the new 4G Web Strategy.

Now What?
Published Oct. 12, 2005 - By Ziv Navoth

Can't predict the future? Neither can we. Thankfully, many of the trends that will affect our future practices are already here. Check them out in Ziv's manifesto.

Marketing to Women for the Common Man
Published Oct. 12, 2005 - By Andrea Learned

"The non-planetary, bookshelf versions of 'Venus' and 'Mars' have conspired to make even the prospect of marketing to women a scary thing for a lot of men in business." For all common men out there: don't be afraid! Let Andrea teach you how to tweak your marketing messages to appeal to women.

Cherry Bombs: A Supplemental Kit to „Radical Careering„
Published Oct. 12, 2005 - By Sally Hogshead

Stuck in a career rut? No way out? Lob a cherry bomb! "Cherry bombs are quick but explosive ideas that startle a situation out of paralysis. Bursts of thinking to create change within you, or around you."

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