Monthly Archives: February 2010


Well we enjoy Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, so this year, as Valentine’s Day was falling on Sunday, we opted to have our amorous outing on the “eve”. Many pooh pooh this holiday calling it commercially contrived, historically dubious (as if our other holidays aren’t?) and more. It’s irrelevant. It’s a day to focus […]

Beware of “Facts”

I’ve always urged that consultants are at their best when they help clients interrogate assumptions posing as facts. The almost “holy” question is, “How do you really know that?” Assumptions lead us often into a cul-de-sac of our own paradigms. The other danger is what is called “research”. All of us can skew “statistics” in […]