The idea is that you will be able to read the whole thing in five minutes or less and get something of value. A typical newsletter contains the following.
- There is a key point or tip.
- There is a description of and pointer to a web resource.
- There is a description of and pointer to a reading resource, usually a book.
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There are two other newsletters that Wally has published in the past.
Wally Bock's Monday Memo with reflections on business and the world was published from 1995 until 2004. Click here for an archive of selected issues.
Wally Bock's Supervisory Leadership Tips was published in 2005 until it was replaced by the Three Star Leadership Letter. Click here to review an archive of Supervisory Leadership Tips such as The Caterpillar Tractor Rule, The Ring Lardner Principle, the MacArthur Maxim, a Tale of Two Doggies, and the Law of the Loaf.