Infamous Email Writers Aren't Always Killing Their Careers After All

“I wouldn’t jump to the conclusion that this kind of behavior is naturally rewarded,” cautions Paul Argenti, professor of corporate communication at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business. “But it does lead to success in some realms.” And those realms can include the legal profession, sales teams, trading floors, entrepreneurial endeavors — in other words, the corners of the business world where unmitigated gall can be more marketable than galling. “This…

Found Poetry Exercise: So Rich with Lines I Could Post

Found Poetry Exercise: So Rich with Lines I Could Post (Seton Hill University — Home Page) I can’t remember when I first noticed it, but that’s a “Blog!” link on the SHU home page. I’m delighted to see the value of SHU blogging reflected in such a visible way. While the context suggests that the link will point to a place where prospective students can blog, the link points to the…