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January 16, 2017

How to Remove a President

Powerful people do not get there by being nice guys. Especially not in Washington. They achieve their positions kill by kill, and most of the time, they either eat or bury their prey. They usually value power above party or country, and they are masters of the political and legislative […]
December 22, 2016

Open Letter to Steven Bittel & Alan Clendenin*

One of you is likely to be captain of the ship for Florida’s Democrats come January 14th, when 1000+ party poobahs gather in Orlando to decide our future, so it seems appropriate to offer some objective advice from an independent source with significant experience but no vested interest in the […]
November 15, 2016

What Lies Ahead

To appropriate an aphorism from Woody Hayes, three things can happen with a Trumpian presidency, and all of them are bad. Which is to say that the 45th POTUS will either be an unmitigated disaster, grossly incompetent, or just not awful. He has no appreciation of what a democracy is, much […]
September 24, 2016

The Art of Propaganda

  “The people will believe a big lie, but not a small lie.” “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.” The first quote is from Adolph Hitler. The second is from Joseph Goebbels. More than one study of Hitler’s […]

About Donna Dupuy

“Because its purpose is to create a Customer, the business enterprise has two – and only these two – basic functions: marketing and innovation.” (Peter Drucker)

From her first days as an advertising copywriter through tenures as a legislative aide, magazine editor and political strategist, Donna Dupuy has hewn to the same North Star: an unwavering confidence in the virtue of ethical data.
Inspired by management thought-leaders like Peter Drucker and Ichak Adizes, she offers clients at the microbusiness level the kind of incisive analysis that usually is reserved for much larger organizations.
She understands that marketing is first and foremost a management function. And she approaches her work from that perspective.

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