1954 Psychology Experiment Provides Clues for Cooperative Work Among Distributed Work Environments


Magazine for having growers in California and Mexico, processing in Washington, bottlers in California, warehouse in Wisconsin, customer service in Philippines, accounting in India and headquarters in San Francisco. Both large and small companies are moving toward more distributed workforces. A small juice company was recently touted in Business 2.0

Pile People are from Pluto, Neatniks are from Neptune


I have piles of magazines, piles of books, piles of articles, piles of mail, piles of things I am in the middle of working on. I have a pile problem. Paperwork piles I mean. Piles crop up around me; on the desk, on the floor, overflowing on tabletops. You name it, I have a pile for it. When I worked in HR and recruiting, the resume piles alone were overwhelming.For years organized people would

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Brain Research Provides Clues to Best Management Approaches


There is a fascinating article in Business + Strategy magazine that links neuroscience, psychology and business management practices. It points out that many standard business practices such as punishment and rewards and performance feedback run counter to the way our brains function.The articles gives a fairly scientific but very readable overview of various brain structures and how they

465 Men and 35 Women


This from the June issue of CFO magazine by senior writer Alix Nyberg Stuart. The Answer: 465 men and 35 women. The question: What are the numbers of men and women Chief Financial Officers in Fortune 500 companies. Just 35 women out of 500 top positions even though women make up the majority of graduates receiving accounting degrees and the majority of new hires at CPA firms. In this well

Straight Talking Americans - But Not in the Workplace


It''s an interesting dichotomy that I hadn''t given much thought to until I read the excellent article in Across the Board magazine by intercultural expert Susan Davidson. Have you ever noticed how Americans who are known for being opinionated and valuing straight talk are actually make-no-waves yes-men and women in the workplace?It''s


Want to be an HR "Mover & Shaker?" Write a book!


According to Human Resources (UK) magazine, not HR people.I Who are the most influential "movers and shakers" in HR? pulled together some statistics on the top 25 HR Influencers from a Top 100 list published this week.Those with the greatest influence in the HR profession are:80% male; 20% female56% published authors, most of muliple titles (one guy has written over 100 books)44% college or

Do less, think more


A Fortune Magazine article discusses the genesis of big ideas and concludes that they don’t come from working hard. We all know that when our bodies and brains are overworked, our ability to think creatively is substantively diminished. So why should you care? Mostly because as business shifts to a knowledge-based economy, it is just that sort of big thinking […]. Strategic HR Thinking About HR

New leadership trend #1: be yourself


An article at CLO magazine takes on the topic of leadership. It’s message: that authenticity is a crucial factor in successful leadership. The idea that a willingness to be openly human makes people better leaders resonates with me. The people I’ve worked with who attempt to control or hide their humanity usually do it out of lack of […]. Strategic HR Thinking About HR

Are you among the next HR leaders?


Gautam points to an article at HR Magazine discussing the next generation of HR leaders: The upcoming generation of leaders strongly believes that HR can influence a company’s bottom line, especially in the knowledge economy, where talent is a key asset.

Hear from Kimberly-Clark on talent management


I’m told there are nearly 750 attendees already signed up to this webinar we’re doing with WPS magazine next week on talent management. May be worth a look – our customer Kimberly-Clark , in the human form of Gary Short, Senior Consultant of Talent Management, will be speaking. I’ve heard him speak before and he’s got some great […]. Talent Management Workforce Performance Management

Preparing for Brain Drain


CIO magazine has a new article on the topic with participation from Liviu Dedes from Pepboys (a customer) on the topic of succession […]. Are you prepared for the boomer brain drain? The oldest baby boomers are now only a few years away from retirement. What happens to the knowledge they’ve accumulated over the years when they leave? Strategic HR Talent Management Succession Planning Workforce Performance Management

Succession planning the new recruiting?


Here’s a little ditty at CLO magazine about the shift from recruiting to succession planning. As the talent pool decreases and boomers retire, companies are finding they simply don’t have enough good people to fill senior roles. According to the Right Management Consultants survey mentioned in the article, the number of companies in this situation […].

Rising Music Stars Chad, Dennijo, and Andy Sitze of The Flat River Band: “Always find the best in people; despite what some people say, try to find the positive in it; If you look hard enough you will find it”

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The Flat River Band is an Americana Country Music Band that was formed in 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderAlways find the best in people. The music industry can sometimes be like a roller coaster and is full of critics.

How to Use Instagram To Dramatically Improve Your Business, With Candice Georgiadis & Catherine Campbell

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Since 2006, Catherine has created story-driven marketing strategies for a national clientele. But professionally, I’ve been working with social as a core business strategy since 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderLeverage your content!

“5 Things You Should Do To Become a Thought Leader In Your Industry”, with Nate Martin, CEO of Puzzle Break

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I joined Microsoft in 2006 with Steve Ballmer at the helm. Community Authority Magazine WonderBe aware of survivorship bias.

“We need more positive coverage of cultural accomplishments.” with Len Gaincola & Patrick Pennie

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In 2006, Patrick received FDA clearance to release the second-generation Platelet Concentrating System called the GenesisCS Component Concentrating System. Community Authority Magazine WonderWe need more positive coverage of cultural accomplishments.

Slow Down To Do More: “Have a strategy for life and work and stick to it” with Jeffrey Katz, CEO of Journera

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According to a 2006 Pew Research Report report, 26% of women and 21% of men feel that they are “always rushed.” Community Authority Magazine WonderPeople live demanding lives, so it is no secret that all of us will feel rushed or anxious at times.

Pulse Art Director Cristina Salmastrelli: “In order to thrive a leader needs to understand, more than ever, what makes each of her team members excited, fearful, anxious, and content”

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Smith & Associates from 2006–2011. Community Authority MagazineIn order to thrive, please take the time to learn about your team. We need to understand each other, and a leader needs to understand, more than.

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“Learn the art of saying no in a constructive manner” With Jennifer Kyriakakis of MATRIXX

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That software vendor I worked for was acquired in 2006, so in 2009 I. Community Authority Magazine women entrepreneursLearn the art of saying no in a constructive manner. It’s an art, not a. science, but keeping positive momentum means communicating negative.

Former Reporter Jason Simms: “Here Are 5 Steps We Can Take To Win Back Trust In Journalism”

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It started as a joke, but it caught on, and we toured Shakespeare festivals, bars and colleges from 2006–2010. Community Authority Magazine WonderCollaborate with and credit other outlets. There’s nothing wrong with a little friendly competition between outlets.

“The best leaders are the ones who cast the clearest vision” With Charlie Katz & Joel Thomas

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Joel Thomas has also contributed to numerous articles that have been published by the Air Charter Journal, NATA’s Aviation Business Magazine, Business Jet Traveler, Charter Broker.aero and the Gallery Magazine. That was back in the fall of 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderI truly believe that the best leaders are the ones who cast the clearest vision for their company. It takes clarity and repetition to make vision stick.

“Five Things You Need To Know In Order To Create A Successful Service Based Business” With Charlie Katz & Wade Brannon

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In 2005 and 2006, when we had all the systems in place to start franchising Pigtails & Crewcuts, we started doing the same thing. As I mentioned, we started franchising in late 2005 and early 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderIt is imperative in a service organization to manage your customers’ expectations. In our business, we have wait times on busy days. We wish we didn’t but it is just a fact of life.

Artist Geraldina Interiano Wise: “The US is the market economics vortex of the world; We should be able to match our labor and skillset needs with visa programs abroad”

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It was a genetic aberration that’s six thousand years old that a geneticist at Duke discovered in 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderThere is enormous room for improvement in the broken system that we have now.

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Women In Wellness: “It’s not what you eat, it’s how you think” with Carroll Lee

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I read The Omnivore’s Dilemma in 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderIt’s not what you eat, it’s how you think. What you eat is obviously very important to me, but how you think is even more important.

TED Talk Tuesday: The Antidote to Apathy

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Some of his work include 2006's City Idol contest, co-editing a book about civic projects in Toronto and Dandyhorse and Spacing magazines. This post is part of our monthly TED Talk Tuesday serie s, spotlighting can't-miss TED Talks and their key takeaways. You can learn more about our partnership with TED here.

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should you list a fun but fake fact on your resume to intrigue an employer?

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One such suggestion was to list that you are Time Magazine’s “2006 Person of the Year.” Time Magazine listed “You, yes You!” ” as their person of the year in 2006, so technically everyone can say that.

Social Media for Better Leadership and Learning


I was fortunate that when I started leading teams in 2006, I started my blog to document my lessons and share them along. Social Mindset: A Key to Engaging People (my article for PeopleMatters magazine). Leadership in a connected world is a complex sport.

New Honors for Six Leaders in HR


In 2006, she joined the company from a similar role at AT&T, where she held several posts over a 20-year career. With other honors that include being named Human Resource Executive ® magazine’s HR Executive of the Year in 2000, she also holds a Ph.D.


16 Top HR Influencers You Should Be Following


His 2006 book ‘Strategic Human Capital Management: Creating Value through People’ has never been more relevant and should be required reading for any HR director. Before you invest in HR software, consult John Sumser’s online magazine, the HR Examiner. In order for HR directors to cope with contemporary challenges, they need current information. Since HR spans multiple disciplines, it can be a full-time job keeping up.

5 things to know about mike rowe and alan mulally

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In 2006, Mulally was named the president and CEO of Ford. This year, Mike Rowe and Alan Mulally are teaming up to kick off the 2016 SHRM Annual Conference during the Opening General Session.



Magazine articles declared rosé the next big thing.” “Hip In 2006, Jay-Z rapped about it in the song “30 Something,” heckling younger rhymers for their behind-the-times drinking habits. “Y’all Distributors, magazines, early adopters, influencers, Hollywood. Ahhhhh, summertime. Summer means different things to different people. Vacation, pools, sun, boats, short-sleeves, a nice glass of rosé on the porch.On

5 things to know about paul begala and tucker carlson

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He’s shared his opinions as a journalist for various editorial outlets, including FOX, MSNBC, New York Magazine, and Reader’s Digest. In 2006, Carlson accepted ABC’s invitation to participate in the Dancing with the Stars reality show.

Mitch Joel On Digital Marketing For Entrepreneurs [PODCAST]

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Marketing Magazine, which dubbed Mitch the “Rock Star of Digital Marketing” calls him “one of North America’s leading digital visionaries.”. In 2006 Mitch was named one of the most influential authorities on blog marketing in the world.

How to Watch Out for Unconscious Bias in Hiring

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Being with similar others leads us to think that we all hold the same information and share the same perspective,” Katherine Philips explained in a 2006 study. In fact, according to Police Chief Magazine , “individuals know within a fraction of a second whether they like a person or not.”

Six HR Leaders Inducted into NAHR


has been recognized more than 100 times in the past five years as an exceptional employer, including being named by Fortune magazine the No. The National Academy of Human Resources inducted its 2015 class of Fellows at its annual dinner and installation ceremony Thursday night in New York.

Split HR? Rethinking HR’s Role Within Larger Organizations


About the Author: Todd Owens is the Chief Executive Officer at TalentWise and has been with the company since 2006. He has twice been recognized as a “Superstar for outsourcing innovation in support of HR organizations” by HRO Today magazine. We all know that HR is at a crossroads.


Zachary Misko: A rare blend of competence and courtesy in the HR industry


This was the mission of the original media group founded in 2006 by Elliot Clark. The Association has helped me to steer new content for both the magazine and well as for our events." By Marylene Delbourg-Delphis I do not attend too many tradeshows and conferences per year.