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Best-In-Class! Look Outside

June 24, 2011

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We live in a world where things are relative and benchmarks are established through comparisons. A lot has been written in support of Best-In Class programs. I have been a fan for many years as it’s a great way to define what can be and to help set goals oriented towards realizable stretch goals. There […]

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Visual Collaboration – Any to Any

May 9, 2011

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collaboration image | Visual Collaboration - Any to Any

In a recent post about Visual Collaboration I wrote about the drivers for increased use of visual collaboration highlighting how the coming together of today’s business, technological, and social attributes will enable increased adoption. These drivers will move the experience away from the boardroom and conference room’s infrequent use for all employees to realize. The […]

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Where Are My Employees?

March 10, 2011

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home-office image | Where Are the Employees

More and more people are working from home, remotely and, while on the road. This is not to say that people didn’t do this years ago, its just that with the improvements in technology there is simply more productive and impacting work that can be done remotely. It wasn’t too many years ago that working […]

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Home Phones No More

February 24, 2011

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phone image | Home Phones No More

I remember a few years ago working with a young sales rep in New York who told me that he didn’t have a home phone. If you needed to reach him just call his cell which was his only phone. I didn’t really get it as everyone, I thought, needed a home phone. A traditional […]

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Profiling Candidates and Employees

November 9, 2010

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well-dressed-business-people image | profiling candidates and employees

Profiling can be a useful way to improve your odds of putting the right people in the right seats on the bus. In the book “Good To Great” Jim Collins refers to this as one of the attributes of great companies. It is essential in building high performance team for the long haul as well […]

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Practice Makes Perfect

October 22, 2010

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With all the challenges of our time seeing success – that is successful people and successful businesses takes on a different meaning today than they use to. To be successful today appears to take a bit more, requires better navigation, anticipation, forecast more accurately, and better balance decisions for risk and reward. Consider for a […]

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