By Laurence Prusak A number of years ago I was asked by some clients to come up with a rapid-fire indicator to determine whether a specific organization was really a “learning organization.”
By Laurence Prusak One of the great questions in history is why the Industrial Revolution that started in the eighteenth century and went on to radically change almost every aspect of the way people live developed in the West, and especially the northwest corner of Europe.
By Laurence Prusak One of my father’s heroes—and he didn’t have many—was Albert Einstein. He often regaled me with stories of the great physicist.
By Laurence Prusak During the late 1930s, several researchers working on the West Coast noticed something interesting occurring during the manufacturing of aircraft bodies.