President’s Letters

This March break my wife and I took our children to Japan to visit some old friends and get reacquainted…

December 26, 2015 Read more

Disruptive technologies only keep a few of you up at night, but please read on anyway. I’ll explain what they…

September 19, 2015 Read more

The Peter Principle states that organizations get hamstrung by promoting people until they’re incompetent. If you’re not incompetent now, you’ll…

June 29, 2015 Read more
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An Unsolicited Pitch For years I’ve been hearing that we have to get our “elevator pitch” perfect. We’ve had consultants…

March 5, 2015 Read more

My dad made fruit juice for a living and he loved it. One day as we drove down the highway…

December 28, 2014 Read more

My wife’s book club might be the best club I sort of belong to. I read about every second book…

June 25, 2014 Read more

I owe this thought to my father and Quartet’s newest employee. My father worked in the food industry for most…

March 31, 2014 Read more

It’s early December again and again I know what will likely happen. I’ll work way too hard and enjoy the…

December 31, 2013 Read more

One day my wife called me at work to discuss yet another wild holiday idea and I guess I wasn’t…

September 29, 2013 Read more

We’ve done something about communication at Quartet that I think you’ll get a kick out of. Our staff wear lapel…

June 28, 2013 Read more

“The Big Switch” is a book that draws parallels between the electrification of North America and today’s cloud computing trends….

March 22, 2013 Read more

My daughter and I were at the Leafs game when she made the mistake of asking me about values and…

September 28, 2012 Read more

We launched Wireless Wolf services in May and argued that by managing mobile devices better, we would allow companies to…

March 7, 2012 Read more
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There are lots of pithy little sayings that summarize adolescent challenges. I’ve written about them before. They apply to people…

September 13, 2011 Read more
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