If you want to be an entrepreneur, one of the skills you must learn is how to deal with authority. On the one hand, if you listen to advice from authority figures, you’ll never become an entrepreneur. Too risky. Too much of a long shot. On the other hand, if you decide that none of … Continue reading
The old way of thinking about authority was static and hierarchical. Seniority and rank are crude, linear, black and white tools. While they have the advantage of being simple and clear, even organizations that are thought of as being strictly hierarchical, such as the military, have long abandoned such simplistic thinking. The Web has brought … Continue reading Contextual Authority, or Who Cares What Arrington Did Before TechCrunch?