Category: Executive Memoirs

Springsteen’s Work-Life Memoir

Bruce Springsteen’s memoir Born to Run brilliantly gets to the essential nature of many things: creativity, depression, New Jersey . . . and on top of that it’s a workplace memoir. C’mon, haven’t you dreamt of breaking out of cube life to become a performer? Great reading,[...]
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#1 Success Factor in Corporate History Campaigns

"The Persistence of Memory" by Salvador Dali
Starting early is the #1 success factor in a corporate history campaign. Allowing sufficient time will save money and ensure best-practice results. How much time? The better part of a year for a campaign or book, ideally one to two years, with the clock starting when you[...]
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New Year, New Blog

Art courtesy George Arents Collection, The New York Public Library
Welcome to our blog’s new home, where we’ll post news and musings on About Us Pages, archiving, branding, business anniversaries, company founders, executive memoirs, film and TV workplaces, history in marketing, oral history, public speaking, timeline design, and of course corporate history.
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