WELCOME ME TO WORDPRESS: Thank you, goodbye, and hello

I’ve been blogging on Blogger for a year now, and I’ve learned a lot about the topics that interest my readers and about how to manage a blog. Many thanks to those readers who have followed me on Blogger and who have voiced their opinions in comments and emails to me.

One of the things I have learned is that I prefer WordPress’s interface and ability to link social media sites together. Therefore, I am saying  goodbye to Blogger, and I’m moving the blog to WordPress, effective today. I have moved my earlier posts from Blogger to this site, and I hope you will move with me. (Though the Blogger site will remain live for awhile.)

Former readers will notice that I have changed the name of my blog. On Blogger, I was Sara Rickover: M.A.M.A. Curmudgeon. But I found over the course of the last year that I wasn’t as curmudgeonly as I had thought I would be when I started. (Though perhaps I was curmudgeonly enough for you.)

So now I have a new name on WordPress, Sara Rickover, Behind the Corporate Veil. This name means several things to me.

  1. “Piercing the corporate veil” is a legal concept that applies when the intent is to get behind the corporate structure and its limitations on liability, either to go after the assets of the parent company of a subsidiary or the assets of the shareholders rather than just of the corporation. In this blog,  however, my intent is to look at what happens inside a corporation. The good, the bad, and the ugly of leadership is one of the themes of the novel I’m working on.
  2. The name recognizes that my background and focus is on corporate issues, especially leadership and human resources management. When I comment on law and politics, it is from a corporate perspective.
  3. And, of course, veils are a feminine accessory in most cultures. I will write from a woman’s perspective, because I cannot do anything else.

If you have been following me on Blogger, please subscribe to my new blog in the box on the right.

And, as always, please send me your comments! I love to hear from you.

Thank you.



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