Marc Sokol

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Post date: July 5, 2017
A few decades ago, I worked at Bell Laboratories, which for a very long time was considered the paragon of innovation. Readers young enough not to recognize the name and reputation of Bell Labs might imagine the combined innovation horsepower of Apple, Google, and Tesla, along with five of your...
Post date: October 6, 2016
or anyone in the United States contemplating who they want to lead the nation, candor and transparency have become key attributes within our candidate evaluation. We ask ourselves, as does the media, who among the candidates can be trusted and how much; what substance lies behind the candor, and do...
Post date: April 4, 2017
By Marc Sokol If you follow this journal from quarter to quarter, you know that six months ago, we devoted our fall 2016 issue to the theme of candor and transparency, two key attributes that impact who we choose to follow—or not follow—as senior leaders. Three months ago, early in 2017, we devoted...
Post date: January 11, 2017
Early on the morning of November 9, we saw that a significant torch was soon to be passed, and with it a series of transitions would commence across the U.S. federal government. One of the great strengths of any nation is an orderly and collaborative transfer of power. This is equally true across...
Post date: October 3, 2017
Two hundred years ago, the fate of coastal towns depended on two things: the lighthouse and the port. The lighthouse would capture the attention of ships at sea and guide them into shore. As they got closer, the ship’s passengers and crew would eagerly imagine what awaited them ashore. The port was...
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