Op-Ed by Mark on the challenge of ridding an organization of abusive "rainmakers."
American Banker raises awareness of rainmakers, exempt from the rules and norms of civil behavior. May 9, 2018
Mark is interviewed about the toxic bro culture at Nike
Retail Digg's Daphne Howland interviews Mark about the liklihood of Nike CEO Mark Parker's recent actions to change a culture that's been - to say the least - "difficult" for women leaders. May 7, 2018.
Starbucks’ muddled ‘community culture’ was a contributing factor in arrest of two black men
Market Watch's Tonya Garcia interviews Mark after the police remove two African American men from a Starbucks in Philadelphia Their crime? Waiting for a third colleague before purchasing coffee. We get below the surface of what Starbucks must learn to do if they want community acceptance. April 18, 2018
"You Don't Have to be Mean to Lead"
Casey Gale of Convene finds insight from a section of Mean Men. April 3, 2018
WWD asks Mark how to quell the seeming pandamic of #metoo cases now emerging in the fashion industry.
Article by Mark in Women's Wear Daily. March 29, 2018
Nike sees opening for domestic sales growth in 2019
Another interview of Mark by Retail Dive on the bad behaviors of senior management at Nike that remain vague beyond the C-Suite. What were they doing? What are they hiding? March 23, 2018
Report: High turnover rate among top women in retail hurting the industry
Retail Dive interviews Mark for a feature on the turnover of women CEOs and other C-Suite positions in the retail industry. March 20, 2018
Retailers take sides on gun policy. Is the risk worth the reward?
Retail Dive devotes a feature story to the gun controversy and how retailers have - and have not - responded. Journalist Lara Ewen puts Mark through a deep-dive interview. March 6, 2018
Think Tank: Pathological Bad Behavior Runs Amok in the C-suite
WWD (Womens Wear Daily) features Mean Men the book and Mark on how to understand pathologically bad behavior in the fashion industry's C-Suites February 23, 2018
Gap's CEO "Stepping Down"
USA Today interviews Mark on the possible reasons for Jeff Kirwan's departure from his leadership role at the Gap after three years running the apparel retailer. February 20, 2018
NPR Podcast: Talk Louisiana
Ron Perelman ousts Revlon CEO.
USA Today features Mark's comments on working for Perelman. January 30, 2018
How Millennials Lead
Seven Essential Concepts That Define Modern-Day Entrepreneurs
Forbes features Guiding Growth: How vision keeps companies on course as essential resource for entrepreneurs. (Download it free on Guiding Growth tab of this website). December 18, 2017.
Bad Management is Everywhere!
Toronto Globe and Mail's Harvey Schachter discusses in his column the ubiquity of today's "bad management." It's not just the rotten scoundrels we're reading about since Harvey Weinstein's real meanness came out of the closet. Look around and you'll find bad management everywhere. December 16, 2017
Rape Culture: Why is it so insidious in organizations and our culture?
What Newsmakers Could be Considered "Mean Men?"
Interview with Danielle Smith on Newstalk 770 in Calgary. October 26, 2917
The "Mean Man Advantage"
Extended interview of Mark that focuses specifically on how women manage anger differently from men by Corrine Purtill of Quartz, October 22, 2017.
The Six Types of Mean Men You Meet at Work
Interview with HER Magazine on The Six Types...and more. November 08, 2017
Extended interview of Mark by Harvey Schachter, The Toronto Globe and Mail, October 23, 2017
Harvey Weinstein's Sexual Harrassment Problems
Mark is interviewed by the Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News, FoxNews.com, October 6, Salon Talks, October 09, WPIX News, New York, HOY LA October 10. CNN, RetailDive (the Donna Karan implications), Arlene Bynon Show for SirusXM, Toronto Star, October 11.
Review by Dain Dunston, author, leadership coach, and creative strategist, September 18, 2017
Review by Simon Constable, Forbes, September 5, 2017
Interview with Salon on August 23, 2017
Mean men are everywhere — offices, boardrooms, even the White House. But why are these men so successful? Author Mark Lipton has some answers.