"Some estimates put Kim’s recent wedding price tag at $6 million. Only the Kardashian clan didn’t pay anywhere near that, because the wedding had multiple sponsors providing everything from reduced priced wedding bands to wedding gowns. And anything that wasn’t covered directly probably fit into the budget provided by E! and People, which forked over a combined $17.5 million for exclusive coverage of the nuptials."
"Inside enterprises, wealth is projected through the adoption of ideas and the accumulation of organizational influence, either directly through organization chart alignment or through leadership. Good leaders know that their influence can be extended through alliances that mutually augment the value of all parties involved. Those seeking to enhance their success need to align with projects and with people who will help them achieve their goals, while they offer reciprocal assistance to those partners."
"Project managers and the curators of corporate memes need to think about how to chunk up their communications so that even big projects appears as a series of punctuated moments of meaning and accomplishment. Avoid lethargic bulk that makes the future seem like a meaningless blur of endless chores. Figure out how to get people excited every day about doing a little something to push the needle forward. That is another distinguishing feature of leaders from managers: Managers try to keep things moving in a don’t-rock-the-boat way, and leaders disrupt and insert excitement."
"Management Maxims From Kim Kardashian, Communications Genius," from FastCompany.com.