In early 2007 the search committee was starting to get a clearer picture of just what we were looking for. One member of the committee was the CFO for Rockwell, and came up with a great idea from the business world- lock ourselves in a conference room for eight hours or so until we come up with the most detailed profile possible. In the process, we’d be forced to get to know each other a little better, and hopefully apply that to what was probably going to be a lengthy process.
Well, I meant to continue with part 3 last week, but over the last month life kept getting in the way and I had to play the violin instead of writing (or doing much of anything else). Anyway, here are a few totally unrelated items in case you missed them: * Gustavo Dudamel gets a piece on 60 Minutes, the one media outlet left in the world that had not yet featured him- click… * A guy falls on his Guadagnini (not a Strad) and then someone loans him a Strad anyway- … Continue Reading
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