Recession With a Silver Lining

In standard consumer lingo, a recession is never good. By economic definition, it means a slowdown in spending, which leads to a slowdown in production, which leads to unemployment and so forth.

The United States has seen its share of recessions since its inception over two hundred years ago. A quick review of Wikipedia’s . . . → Read More: Recession With a Silver Lining

Reintroducing the Enron Rule

I am bringing back an old thought that first occurred to me in 2001 after the collapse of Enron. Businesses exist to create real value for real people. Any business should be able to explain how the are adding value and for whom. Ideally, this should be a simple process; a sentence or at . . . → Read More: Reintroducing the Enron Rule