How to ride an elephant

How to ride an elephant

The bulk of my work is done with second stage companies.  These companies have made it through the early start up survival mode and are now interested in positioning themselves for the second stage of funding.  They are defining their […]

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Move! or at least rearrange the furniture.

Move! or at least rearrange the furniture.

My family moved 23 times before I graduated highschool.  As I think back on all of the places we lived, what I remember are the stories.  I remember chasing my sister around and around in the house where the bedroom […]

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And the Survey Says….

And the Survey Says….

Research shows that people are better at conceptual thinking under high ceilings and better at decision making and execution under lower ceilings.  Think furniture stores where you can imagine your entire house with new furniture under high ceilings and then […]

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When a Slide is More than a Slide

When a Slide is More than a Slide

I work with a variety of companies, helping them negotiate the changing physical landscape of today’s workspace.  With my more conservative clients, it is almost predictable that at some point in the process someone will bring up the slide at […]

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More Flies with Honey than Vinegar

More Flies with Honey than Vinegar

I have seen a number of interesting discussions debating employee freedom vs the importance of building an office culture through proximity.  What bothers me about that is the “vs” part….why not both?  The basic assumption of the “vs” argument is […]

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