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Lessons from the USS Nimitz #4: What “appreciating our troops” really means

(This is part of a series of posts about my trip to the USS Nimitz with a group of bloggers. Guy Kawasaki tells the story best. Click the photos for close-ups.) I consider myself a patriot, but I’ve never had any real contact with the armed services. I read about it in the paper while […]

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Lessons from the USS Nimitz #3: The power of complete openness

(This is part of a series of posts about my trip to the USS Nimitz with a group of bloggers. Guy Kawasaki tells the story best. Click the photos for close-ups.) Charlene Li asks a fantastic question: Would you invite 16 bloggers to spend 24 hours with your company? The Navy gave us free reign […]

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Lessons from the USS Nimitz #2: Helping people be good at their jobs

(This is part of a series of posts about my trip to the USS Nimitz with a group of bloggers.  Guy Kawasaki tells the story best.) Life on an aircraft carrier is hard.  You’re away from home, it’s loud, it’s stressful, you work constantly, it’s dangerous, and there is never a moment of privacy — […]

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Lessons from the USS Nimitz #1: Keep it simple — It’s not about the technology

(This is part of a series of posts about my trip to the USS Nimitz with a group of bloggers.  Guy Kawasaki tells the story best. Click the photos for close-ups.) One of my favorite lessons from the USS Nimitz was KEEP IT SIMPLE. The entire flight deck is organized by a simple table-top diagram […]

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