Monday Afternoon Reading

2009 April 27

Looking for some motivating and thought-provoking reads this afternoon? Here’s some good stuff to chew on.

Building Out the Green Infrastructure [The EcoInnovator]

Today, the fundamental underpinnings of the First Industrial Revolution are no longer true. Energy is no longer free; it is expensive in absolute and real terms. The externalities of energy usage are no longer acceptable to the general population. [...] We believe we are at the dawn of the Second Industrial Revolution.

7 Principles of Admirable Business Ethics [The Perfect Life1]

5. Become Community Involved: Remain involved in community-related issues and activities, thereby demonstrating that your business is a responsible community contributor. In other words, stay involved.

Stress Management For The CEO []

He runs marathons, which he says not only keep him physically fit but provide major stress relief. What really sets his mind at ease, though, is a bowl of chips and some good salsa and guacamole with friends.

The Value of Workplace Practical Jokes [HBR Editors' Blog -]

In these days of dark morale, I find that an occasional, gentle joke can be quite a bonding experience for colleagues.

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