Posted by Peter Dragone | Jul 15, 2019 | Just-Saying |
by Peter Dragone | Oct 6, 2020 | Just-Saying |
Surveys are wonderful but they don’t always reflect true consumer behavior. Take the time to understand the concept of revealed preference.
by Peter Dragone | Oct 1, 2020 | Just-Saying |
So you think you’re ready for venture capital financing? You’d be well served taking a close look in the mirror first.
by Peter Dragone | May 10, 2020 | Just-Saying |
Industry trade shows were an anachronism before Covid-19. Should they finally go the way of the dinosaur few will miss them.
by Peter Dragone | Apr 19, 2020 | Just-Saying |
The men’s business suit died the other day. Another anonymous victim of the global pandemic. Yes, the business suit is dead, long live the shirt.
by Peter Dragone | Feb 29, 2020 | Just-Saying |
You never run alone in Massachusetts. Red lights are run en masse. Now, state legislation proposes to change that. Will it work?
by Peter Dragone | Dec 30, 2019 | Just-Saying |
Managers who dismiss the value of worker vacations do so at their own risk. Companies and their employees can benefit when workers take off for a week.
by Peter Dragone | Aug 19, 2019 | Just-Saying |
Business success and employee happiness are related. So, why do so many famous CEOs ignore this fact in their quest to maximize shareholder value?
by Peter Dragone | Jul 15, 2019 | Just-Saying |
Startups by their very nature defy convention. Yet, unconventional job postings giving the impression that every day is Halloween may be a step too far.
by Peter Dragone | Jul 2, 2019 | Just-Saying |
How to improve social media? It’s a good question, the answer to which doesn’t involve asking US social media users to participate in a two day boycott.
by Peter Dragone | May 17, 2019 | Just-Saying |
Strange as it may sound in this age of increasing automation, gig work, and executive pay, people still are a company’s most important asset.
by Peter Dragone | Nov 12, 2018 | Just-Saying |
Some say there is no such thing, yet opprobrium, in the form of bad publicity, is quite common. It may even be good for business.
by Peter Dragone | Nov 4, 2018 | Just-Saying |
It is doubtful that Daylight Savings Time, especially in its extended schedule, saves energy. The EU may eliminate it; the US should consider doing the same.