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Three times a week, we'll send you a thought-provoking illustration about the world of work along with a short snippet of insight. Our emails cover topics like company culture, design thinking, leadership strategies, creating better-functioning teams, navigating the hybrid work environment, and more. They are designed as quick reads to give you insight into working smarter and being more connected to why you do what you do. We also feature guest posts from thought leaders around the world and answer culture questions sent in by our readers. People who enjoy the daily email most are often senior leaders in business, healthcare execs, entrepreneurs, and academics.

 

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code of conduct

By Patrick Crampton | Apr 9, 2007

Tim O’ Reilley’s new blogging “Code of Conduct” is getting a lot coverage at the moment. Exactly why, I’m not sure. I suppose if it …

the network

By Patrick Crampton | Apr 9, 2007

[Cartoon part of the Microsoft Blue Monster Series. Backstory from Steve and Kris etc.] [Bonus Link:] Microsoft’s Steve Clayton responds to the recent “Microsoft is …

who speaks for microsoft?

By Patrick Crampton | Apr 8, 2007

Good thoughts from The New Big: This is what always interested me about the blogosphere’s reaction to Robert Scoble when he was a blogger at …

"why microsoft is dead"

By Patrick Crampton | Apr 7, 2007

From the ever-thoughtful Paul Graham: “Microsoft is Dead”: He cites four main reasons why Microsoft lost their cultural dominance in the tech sector: 1. Google. …

tiny ship

By Patrick Crampton | Apr 7, 2007

[Cartoon part of the Microsoft Blue Monster Series. Backstory from Steve and Kris etc.] If you look in the comments of the previous post, you’ll …

tech problems don't exist

By Patrick Crampton | Apr 6, 2007

[Cartoon part of the Microsoft Blue Monster Series. Backstory from Steve and Kris etc.] So, what does it feel like to be working for Microsoft? …