Archive of: Personal

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Joining MIT Sloan Management Review

I'm thrilled to be joining MIT Sloan Management Review as its next editor in chief. It's one of a very few media brands offering world-class research and insight into how digitization is transforming our world while also providing leaders with practical guidance to put these powerful new ideas to work. If you’re not already familiar with MIT SMR or if it’s been a while, please do check us out and follow us on LinkedIn - we'd love to include you in our community.

I'll be shutting down Lundberg Media. Over the past 12 years, I've worked on so many great projects with such smart and interesting people. I've had an amazing career so far, and I'm incredibly excited for what comes next and to be an editor again.

I'll leave this site up for a while because it has links to some really great content. But from here out, Lundberg Media is closed for business. 

Warm regards, Abbie

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A Sense of Well Being

Loss of any kind messes with your sense of well being. Job loss, loss of a loved one, loss of health.... Having experienced a few of those myself recently (not my own health, thankfully), I've noticed some things I might not have paid much attention to in the past. There are little things that help to create a feeling of security when they are full or empty.

I knew someone once whose mother raised seven children on her own, after her husband developed multiple sclerosis. She went back to school to get her teacher's degree, and during that time, the family lived on very little money. One of her "full" idiosyncrasies was she always bought a new container of salt when she went to the store. Her kitchen cabinet was always full, even if only with containers of salt.

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Life After CIO

For 21 years, I've been involved with CIO Magazine - for the past 13 as editor in chief. Now that I'm independent, it's time to start my own blog. I can't believe it's taken me this long, but I guess my identity was so tied up with CIO that it just never seemed right. That and the fact that I was already working a gazillion hours a day.