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2013.03.12

Our competitive marketplace is changing rapidly and to some owners and managers, the speed and frequency of change can become confusing, just as quickly. Business principles that seemed solid three months ago or even three weeks ago are now mired in uncertainty or are re-rewritten in ...

CATEGORY › CONNECT ENGAGE COLLABORATE
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2011.11.14

The Great Workplace research has shown that collaborations which lead to increased profitability do not stop within your building. As a matter of fact going outside your four walls is actually seeking collaborative innovation. In a recent Smart Business News article by Nine Sigma’s Andy Zynga ...

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2011.05.10

HR professionals get a horrible rap. Except for their own profession, no one really understands them. Most HR professionals are simply doing what every other HR pro does: Keep the Castle safe, and try to make it productive. Follow the rules of the Government (tear ...

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2011.02.03

A new breed of online worker is paid by the task By Rachael King . Reprinted (Essentially Ripped off without permission as it would have taken longer than 5 minutes to get a megalith organization with miles of redtape to give that permission) from Bloom ...

CATEGORY › COMMUNITY SOAPBOX
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2010.07.13

I wish that we here at Champion had been able to talk to Lebron James before he announced his decision to leave Cleveland and go to the Miami Heat. I wish we had the opportunity to share ideas and strategies with him so that he ...

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2010.06.09

Loosing your Boomers by Barbara Krecic Boomers can’t afford to retire, right? Why should you worry about making plans to replace them now? Why worry?   Because a statement like that could hurt your business immensely! Let me tell you something, Boomers have learned these last two years to tighten ...

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2010.03.23

CHANGE. The professionals in Human Resources have a difficult job that most people do not quite understand, nor appreciate. HR professionals are supposed to be developers of people, systems and environments, but most companies have them cornered into performing duties and responsibilities that turn them into ...