Topic subject is the title of this article in Scientific American Mind:

I found it interesting, it applies scientific studies to the corporate cultures of Enron and Google. I especially liked the comparison of Enron's corporate culture under Kinder and then Skilling, two very different presidents with contrasting management styles. I thought the M-T readers would enjoy that content; Kinder was cleary an M-T manager, while Skilling was anything but! The science and references to humanity's hunter-gather roots and tribal tendencies also make for an intriguing foundation upon which the article bases its conclusions.

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Tom Comeau also posted this elsewhere on the forums today:

It obviously struck a chord!