Orange on Black

The young scion of a prestigious business family makes waves in the industry, as she completely changes the face of the business. The new products are quirky, cost less than the competition  and appeal to millennials.  Senior managers are concerned about investment being higher than the returns, but the septuagenarian Chairman quips, “The company needs … Continue reading Orange on Black



“Presentations should be idiot-proof”, said an ex-boss I don’t remember too fondly. I couldn’t get why we needed to start every story from the alphabet. “Don’t insult the viewer’s intelligence,” said another glib talker who delighted in spewing management jargon, “they already know all this.” I agreed partially, while thinking silently that the terminology should … Continue reading Presentations