Connect. Engage. Collaborate.™
The purpose of The Great Workplace 2.0™ is simple: while it is happening, show core changes in great workplaces, so that start-ups, small and mid-size companies, can extract the principles that other companies are discovering. By example, grow in a healthy and sustainable fashion; return to our economy great dividends of revenue, value and innovation.read more →
“Collaboration” is a characteristic of The Great Workplace of today and the future, and will be explained in business-detail in another excerpt. This chapter takes a lighter, but more pointed allegorical view of “Collaboration”:
“I got 29 ways to get in my baby’s door. And if I need ‘em, I can come up with two o’ three more”. (line from a blues song by Tab Benoit)
Have you ever been in a blues club when the owner did “Open Stage/ Open Mic” night? It is packed. Wall to wall audience. Wall to wall musicians waiting a turn. The hallways are packed. Every nook and cranny has expanded to accommodate another body. Waitresses laugh, patrons laugh. Everybody seems to get into the act, get into the entire scene. Something good is happening here.
In the old days the smoke was so thick it redefined “Second Hand”. Sometimes you wore your drink or the ice ...
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As a working parent, summer vacations require a little more of you than finding a qualified care provider. You still need to provide a creative and challenging outlet to keep their little minds sharp!read more →
Our personal actions, our dealings with others, our communications, our body language are all tools we use to interact with others. How many times have we made another feel less than their capability because of our own personal aspirations?read more →
Random acts of kindness – who do they serve?read more →
Shooting with a Magnum 44, Susie Sharp tells it like it is when it comes to social media and job hunting. Grads, you’ve only got a six month hiatus before you have to start paying back those loans so take her “free” advice and listen up if you want to find that job!read more →