Submitted by xaniel2000 on
Topic subject is the title of this article in Scientific American Mind:
I found it interesting, it applies scientific studies to the corporate cultures of Enron and Google. I especially liked the comparison of Enron's corporate culture under Kinder and then Skilling, two very different presidents with contrasting management styles. I thought the M-T readers would enjoy that content; Kinder was cleary an M-T manager, while Skilling was anything but! The science and references to humanity's hunter-gather roots and tribal tendencies also make for an intriguing foundation upon which the article bases its conclusions.
Do All Companies Have to be Evil?
Tom Comeau also posted this elsewhere on the forums today:
It obviously struck a chord!