(Updated from 08/16/2012)
- Pinterest, a social media newcomer at the time
- Banishing ties as the new radical idea in workplace dress codes
- Climate change’s effects on farmers in the Midwest and small businesses along the East Coast (Remember Superstorm Sandy?)
Now, social media buzzes about Tik Tok and Instagram. Workplace dress codes are being updated to address systemic racism and work from home. We’re still concerned about climate change, but we feel we have to balance those interests with economic recovery from the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Ten years later, are you a revolutionary or evolutionary entrepreneur?
At the time of the original article, Nance leaned toward evolutionary entrepreneurship. She appreciated her legal education and her management training, yet she saw a lot of opportunity for improvement. She told Lesonsky she’s part “of a growing movement that honors and empowers our humanity.”
Not much has changed. Nance’s still not ‘fighting’ or seeking to ‘kill’ anything.
“My lawsuit cost me a lot of time, money, energy, and relationships, and I  didn’t collect anything on the judgment the court entered. There must be a better way to resolve conflict, and mediation is probably it.”
Click here to read the full article, which was updated in 2016 and remains relevant as we navigate global business structures.
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