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2011.07.20

Transparent Integrity: To understand the concept of Transparent Integrity in organizations let us draw an analogy through the characters of The Wizard of Oz and Dorothy; The Wizard put on a public face that suited his mission in his mind. It was not the real Wizard. ...

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2011.01.25

They could have been GREAT. They had the best of ALL worlds: solid products, solid customers, money and an almost blank slate: They had a relatively new facility, a small initial staff, and a small contingent of people to make their products. On the surface, ...

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2011.01.17

The Great Workplace 2.0 (TM): It is all about our trademarked phrase: Connect, Engage, Collaborate. Understanding what the next generation of NEW Great Workplaces have as core characteristics can propel your organization to greatness (Or being recognized as "Remarkable") or leading a company toward a ride ...

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2011.01.13

Greetings and thank you for having enough interest in building or rebuilding a great company that you would come here for information. The Great Workplace presents compiled, filtered, and justified information, research and professional opinions gained from the following sources: 1)    My experience in Human Resources and ...

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2010.08.19

I'm connected to Michael on Face Book. He posted this on FB at about 9:45 this morning: "A sense of purpose is not something that we find; it is something that we are. Truth is not something that we look for; it’s ...

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2010.06.29

An excerpt from the book: The Great Workplace 2.0: "For the front lines, hire people who do not read much, and teach them what you want them to know to do their jobs... today. To secure the Future, hire people who are voracious readers. Feed their eyes. ...

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2010.06.17

“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 ...

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2010.06.09

“We stand to learn more from our explorations into the future we desire, than from the past that continues only in ways that we choose to let it continue. Imagination is in fact a larger learning space than past experience. The only way to romanticize ...

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2010.06.03

“The Great Workplace 2.0” is an ongoing research and discovery project that has encompassed over 500 interviews of CEO’s, Corporate Managers, Innovators, Business and Social Entrepreneurs, the compilation of over 150 recently published books on business management for the new economy and over 100 “White ...

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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 ...