Too many leads to a bureaucratic nightmare. BRYCE ON MANAGEMENT When I first started in the work force, I asked my boss about the scope of my responsibilities. He simply told me to go as far and hard as possible. If I started to wander out of bounds, he would reign me in. This worked […]
Probably the best way to differentiate between a commercial enterprise and a nonprofit organization is by asking, “Who serves who?” Whether it is a small business or a major corporation, the commercial enterprise is primarily concerned with serving its customers. In general, such companies will go to great lengths to keep their customers happy in order […]
NOTE: I originally wrote this post for my management consulting business, but it is just as valid for those people hoping to become a Worshipful Master of a Lodge. I hope you enjoy it. I know a young man who was recently promoted to the position of “Project Manager.” This was his first management position […]
When pockets are not big enough.
The Boy Scouts of America in three parts: Part I – Being a Boy Scout | Part II – Masonic Origins? | Part III – Organization Having looked at the past 100 years of the Boy Scouts, it is important to spend some time on their organization so as to put into perspective how it […]
Every once in a while, I’ll meet someone that asks me “So what is a Freemason?” Like most Brothers, I want to tell them how great of an organization is, how it is so important in society, and how much it has enlightened me personally, and usually I do. However, sometimes I feel a bit […]
Business Writer Gary Hamel of the Wall Street Journal is a bit of an outsider when it comes to religion. His background is much more wall street than the pulpit. I have no doubt that in his life he has had some experience in regards to faith, but, based on his writing credentials, Hamel is […]