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The Great Workplace 2.0
Connect. Engage. Collaborate.™

 

2012.09.25

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.

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2011.03.23

“More and more, we’re finding it easy to get engaged with activities that feel like work, but aren’t.”

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2011.03.02

Garrett Koan has written about radiology technicians and received his online accounting degree in 2007. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics for Detroit-Livonia-Dearborn, as of this September, the unemployment  rate is 14.4%. This is down from the summer's even higher rates of 15.7% in August and 16.5% in July, but it's still not good. As a consequence, jobs are scarce, and it may seem completely and to get someone to respond to your letters and applications if you've sent dozens (or a hundred, or two hundred) out and received absolutely nothing back. However, jobs do exist, and there are ways to find and get them. It's just nowhere near as easy as it should  or ought to be. Here's a handful of suggestions to help you along your job search. 1. Make an Online Portfolio Depending on what you do, a website or a blog that showcases your talents may help you find ...
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2011.03.02

The mass private message, especially on Facebook, does not make people happy. Doing this can quickly get you defriended, taking away access to the outlet you’re attempting to successfully promote through.

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2011.03.01

“The initial experiences of a new employee have a direct impact on an organization’s productivity and profitability.”

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2011.03.01

“Here is the lesson: In legacy companies, this meeting would never have happened. Only designers would be present, and the meet would be conducted by a manager. Everything would have been controlled.”

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2011.02.28

Collaboration is that “Open Mic Blues Jam.” The typical old model of teamwork, (lacking innovation) is an Orchestra performance. Granted, some orchestral performances are brilliant and highly entertaining, but they have a fixed staff of players, are thoroughly pre-planned and ultimately rehearsed, and you will never hear the Conductor ask the audience if there is “…someone out there who would like to take a whack at first violin?” The limits are defined.

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