Adolescent Rites of Passage - Something of Monumental Importance Has Been Lost

Building Personal Strength

Louise Carus Mahdi, et al (1996); and From Boys to Men: Spiritual Rites of Passage in an Indulgent Age , by Bret Stephenson (2006). Copyright 2013. I''ve been reading about traditional and modern rites of passage.

Winning the Elusive Marquee-Brand Customer Advocate

Harvard Business Review

As Michael Stephenson , a key leader in global customer programs at Oracle puts it, his firm has various business units that focus on specific industries. As Michael Stephenson points out, "Sales reps come to us all the time saying things like, ''I want General Motors to come talk to this prospective customer.''" So he probes, asking what GM is doing that''s relevant to the prospect, and what in particular they might talk about.

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The 3 Things CEOs Worry About the Most

Harvard Business Review

Please note that titles used here reflect the positions the individuals held in 2013, when we conducted the interviews for a separate article ). Randall Stephenson of AT&T explained, “We had 270,000 people we employed around the globe.

The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of the U.S. Antitrust Movement

Harvard Business Review

But by 2013, these figures fell “to about one-third of firms and one-tenth of total employment.” After all, Randall Stephenson was one of President Trump’s “biggest defenders on public policy” and viewed the antitrust case as “a big curve ball.” Tim Evans for HBR. What happened to the antitrust movement ? This was the question asked by Richard Hofstadter in the mid-1960s.