Robert Fuller: No matter what we have to show for ourselves, regardless of the evidence in our defense, questions remain, doubts persist, our Kafkaesque trial grinds on.
Robert Fuller: Bullying is archetypal rankism, and it’s ubiquitous. What’s new is that it has suddenly become newsworthy. This suggests we may be approaching a tipping point in regard to its public acceptance.
Robert Fuller: Good leaders know this instinctively and seek to instill non-rankist behavior in others by exemplifying it in their own relationships with subordinates.
Robert Fuller: Ironically, the apparent infinitude of our ignorance about the universe and ourselves has an upside. In a perpetually unfolding reality, our business will always remain unfinished, our knowledge incomplete.
Robert Fuller: Most contemporary students of the natural world are actually excited when they find a persistent discrepancy between their latest model and empirical data because they know such deviations signal the existence of hitherto unknown realms in which new phenomena may be discovered.