Monthly Archives: May 2011
Today a guest post I wrote about coworking, called “Why a coworking incubator program is good for Portland,” appeared on Silicon Florist, Portland’s most influential tech blog.
One of my favorite ways to build community is by telling stories, especially by interviewing members so they tell their stories in an interesting way. Starting out, I like to choose at least three and no more than five questions, … Continue reading
If your company is very small, just you, or three people, then organizational democracy is probably not for you. If your company couldn’t continue without you in the exact same role you’re in now, then organizational democracy is probably not … Continue reading
First Draft. Today I was in a group discussion where we talked, among other things, about what ‘holy’ means. Wikipedia says that “The English word holy dates back to at least the 11th Century with the Old English word hālig, an adjective derived … Continue reading