Andrew Brunetti

Total Football Meets Total Enablement: Transformational Business Lessons in The Beautiful Game

The gears started turning in my head the instant Andrew Barry mentioned the concept of Total Enablement to me. It resonated right away because I’m a soccer player, and I always have been. …What? What does that have to do with enablement? Let’s back up a bit before I explain. The Beautiful Game Andrew and […]

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Learning Alone, Together

Where were you when the reality of the COVID pandemic first struck you? I was 4,000 miles from home, hitching cheap and early flights through Europe to find my way home from a semester abroad gone astray. January 28, 2020 | Lecco, Northern Italy Seven eager exchange students and I woke up early for a

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The Kodak Moment – A Critically Endangered Phenomenon

Do you have a cherished “Kodak Moment” from your childhood? I don’t. In the future, I’ll probably be sifting through the cloud to find my beloved photo memories. Kodak Moments are a dwindling phenomenon, a statement that would astonish anyone born in the twentieth century who had heard the words “camera” or “film.” This is

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UPS – Masters of Social Capital

The United Parcel Service (UPS) hires people who fit its culture, full stop. Tall order for a company that employs 500K+ UPSers in over 220 countries. Customer-first, people-led, hard-working, cooperative, and committed employees comprise its workforce. Hiring managers are entirely willing to sacrifice experience in favor of shared values. There was once even a historic

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