Making The Reflection Accurate

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

Sony Pictures Entertainment Chairman Amy Pascal was reading an email from her colleague, company co-chair Scott Rudin, just as she had probably read hundreds, if not thousands, of emails from him before. Pascal — a Democratic party donor and supporter of President Obama — asked Rudin before a fundraiser what she should ask the president. […]

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Painting With The Anti-Change Brush

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

It started with the purchase in 2012 — started, I’m guessing, when the name of the buyer was announced. It would be Chris Hughes, the Facebook multimillionaire. “Facebook,” they likely thought, “That can’t be good.” The magazine purchased was The New Republic (TNR) and — after reading comments from some of its staffers in the […]

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Why We Need To Stop And Think

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

I like to go where my reading takes me. By that, I mean a book about Lyndon Johnson, for example, will lead to another book about Johnson, perhaps drilling down on a particular aspect of his life, or it might lead to a book about an individual he interacted with, such as JFK or FDR. […]

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Sales, Scapegoats & The Senseless Blame Game

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

As soon as I turned the corner into the parking lot, I knew I’d made a big mistake. The first thing that gave it away was the presence of several news vans in front of the store. The second was the line of people being filmed by the folks who came out of those news […]

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Why We All Need Mentors

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

“Hi Anthony, Wanted to outreach to you for coaching and guidance. Exploring new career endeavors. Let me know a good time to sync with you. Look forward to it.” First off, I will not tell a lie — it is very flattering when someone thinks you can give them good advice, but this is not […]

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