Category Archives: Information

Some Observations on the COVID-19 Pandemic

[May 17, 2020]  The seriousness of the current COVID-19 pandemic cannot be overlooked.  However, there is a small but building counter-argument that the lockdowns established and enforced by state and local governments may have been an overreach.  Today, I’ll be listing a few observations on the pandemic that are trending from medical, political, and legal organizations. “The most… Read More »

The Rats of Tobruk

[May 10, 2020]  In the late 1960s, my friend Wilson and I watched an adventure television episode of The Rat Patrol.  This television series loosely based on the actual World War II exploits of the allied Australian, New Zealander, and British defenders of Tobruk, Libya.  The Siege of Tobruk by German forces in 1941, commanded by Field Marshall… Read More »

Socializing a New Idea

By | April 29, 2020

[April 29, 2020]  Senior leaders are experienced in resolving vague, uncertain, complex problems. Solving such issues will inevitably get supported or disagreement on its effectiveness, reliability, and appropriateness.  When problems are highly complex, and there is time available, one way to overcome resistance is by socializing the new idea. One of the most significant decisions in the Iraq… Read More »