The week, AMC’s juggernaut Mad Men ends its eight-year reign over cable television. No longer will we have our window into 1960s America and the salacious
Welcome to another edition of leadersayswhat’s the Weekender, a nibble of thought to start your weekend on the right track. Why just a nibble?
In our new age of television where shows are rarely viewed live, there’s little need to wait for next week’s episode. While Walking Dead and Better Call
I am not a “stop and smell the roses” type of person. When someone throws this common cliché at me, I tend to put them in the category of “you don’t have enough to do.
This weekend, Saturday Night Life celebrates its 40th anniversary. If you’ve studied comedy, four decades of success is unprecedented. Most shows lose
Why does a 30-second Super Bowl commercial cost $4 million? Why has the newsmagazine show 60 Minutes been on the air for almost fifty years?
Yes, you read the title correctly; the Happiest Place on Earth has gangs. On the rough ‘n tumble streets of Disneyland in Anaheim, California, individuals
I was cleaning out the garage last weekend when I found a box of old mix tapes from my high school days. My Walkman was in the same box so I popped in
A Single Point of Culture Failure: Why the Annual Survey Has Become Woefully Insufficient and What To Do Next
Stop me if this sounds familiar: You’ve spent the better part of the quarter selecting the best way to measure your team’s engagement. You distribute a