Many people can recall a time when they were exposed to workplace behavior that made them or others uncomfortable. Can you think of a time someone in a meeting joked about another group of people, evoking laughter from everyone else in the room?
Discovery lies at the core of science, but rediscovery can be just as important. Indiana University Bloomington researchers recently combed through 22 million scientific papers published over the past century and found, to their surprise, dozens of "Sleeping Beauties"-studies that sat dormant for years and then suddenly got noticed.
It's after midnight at Chez Williams. The house is quiet. Those I love are sound asleep. I sit in my favorite chair up to my neck in wooly blanket. I am stalling because I don't want to write my October blog.