Writing's rewards are protracted - a draft, 800 more drafts, waiting, acceptance, corrections, pdfs (used to be page proofs that took weeks to arrive), publication, waiting, hard copy in hand.
Two waiting last night:
The Handbook of High-Performance Virtual Teams, all 764 pages of it. Big cheers to editors Jill Nemiro, Michael Beyerlein, Lori Bradley, Susan Beyerlein - and to my fifty authors who never met. Not even a mega conference call. Virtualteamspedia. And you can download tools, frameworks and even a spreadsheet with a taxonomy for all the significant studies on virtual team leadership. Our bit is last, The Virtual, Networked Organization.
"Feeling Numb," my essay on MS in Ars Medica, the medicine, arts, and humanities journal from Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. Will post once scanned. Have read several stunning pieces so far - "Two Minutes with Zack: A Found Poem" by Zachary Faceman and Ben McGren, and Myra Sklarew's "Lie Perfectly Still."