I’ve always been a science person. I remember reading Popular Mechanics and doing science projects when I was still in elementary school. When my neighbor received a really nice telescope as a Christmas gift, we were out in the freezing New York City weather trying to view the rings of Saturn. This was way before telescopes had GPS and finder devices, so it took considerable effort to find and focus the telescope on our target.Continue reading “Do You Believe In Science?”
Category: Corporate Culture
PG&E Part III – Implement a Knowledge Based Culture
Many of the readers of this blog know I was employed by the “premium content” electronic publishing industry for almost forty years. In our positioning of products to our clients, we would often discuss the need for a knowledge-based culture. This was especially important with our corporate audience with the closing or absence of libraries.Continue reading “PG&E Part III – Implement a Knowledge Based Culture”
PG&E Part II – Learn From Industry Best Practices
In my last post we looked at the premise is PG&E responsible for the California wildfires. Numerous experts have pointed to a myriad of PG&E failures that have directly caused wildfires and put PG&E in a very tenuous position regarding their finances and future. But what can be done?Continue reading “PG&E Part II – Learn From Industry Best Practices”
Is PG&E responsible for California fires?
I woke up at 4:00 am the morning of October 27th. I went to my home office on the top floor and looked West out the window. All was black. Normally I can see lights from the homes on the ridge top and in the canyon as I look that way.Continue reading “Is PG&E responsible for California fires?”