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    Management Decisions - A New Kind of Capitalism, Necessary in a Global Economy
by Bruce Piasecki and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
The evolution of business and the economy continues to force organizations to adapt in different ways to remain successful and thrive. Dr. Bruce Piasecki, president and founder of AHC Group, Inc., discusses the idea of social response capitalism as the future of capitalism. He describes to Tim Muma the key components of this movement and the importance of a new perception in a truly global economy. Bruce also draws points from...
 
    Management Decisions - How to Thrive in Retirement as a Single Woman
by Chuck Conrad and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
While everyone could use a little advice when it comes to planning and preparing for a successful retirement, single women have a set of unique challenges they may need to overcome. Chuck Conrad, senior financial planner for Szarka Financial, talks with Tim Muma about the various circumstances that can put single women at a disadvantage. He also explains the best strategies for staying on top of everything and ensuring an enjo...
 
    Management Decisions - Reasonable Behavior or Questionable Actions?
by Jim Webber and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
Jim Webber, aka Evil Skippy, returns to LJNRadio to tackle some controversial strategies some employers are using when it comes to their employees, past and present. Jim Webber, an individual with 25 years experience as an employment lawyer and human resources manager, gives Tim Muma his perspectives on some actions that could be understandable to some, but extremely questionable to others. Each situation should be looked at i...
 
    Management Decisions - What Dictates and Impacts a Company's Reputation?
by Stephen Hahn-Griffiths and Tim Muma - Mar, 2016
A positive reputation can take years or decades to build, but only moments to be tarnished forever. In today's connected world where information is shared globally in seconds, organizations need to be cognizant of everything impacting their reputations. Stephen Hahn-Griffiths, VP of U.S. Strategy Consulting for the Reputation Institute, breaks down the variety of factors effecting the public's perception of a company. He tells...
 
  The Rise of Fancy Friday: Why Experiences at Work Matter
by Lindsey Pollak - Apr, 2016
In today’s “pictures or it didn’t happen” world, millennials are all about experiences. In fact, three-quarters of young people would choose to spend their money on an experience rather than buying something, according to a study by Eventbrite and Harris. That doesn’t seem surprising when you consider other data we know about millennials – that they value a company’s culture over its compensation, for example. This quest...
 
  PPM: Why Spreadsheets Are Yesterday's News
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2016
On a recent Gartner webinar, research analyst Teresa Jones explained how the PPM solution market now offers dozens of effective tools to replace the ubiquitous spreadsheet. In 1979, spreadsheets changed the world. VisiCalc (for “visible calculator”) was the first spreadsheet computer program for personal computers, originally released for the Apple II. According to Wikipedia, it’s often considered the application that turne...
 
  The Biggest Mistake Made In Employee Engagement
by Marshall Goldsmith - Mar, 2016
In this short blog series with HRD Business Summit, I was asked questions that are highly pertinent to leaders, especially leaders of HR. The first question I was asked is: “why engage employees?” The simple answer: Employee engagement is critical for business success. We all agree. We want engaged employees. Employee engagement is defined by marginal effort. In other words, what are employees doing that they don’t have to...
 
  Signs a Project Manager Should be Worried About Outsourcing
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
If your company is experiencing these developments, you may need to protect your job. In a recent CIO Magazine article, Moira Alexander of Conture Business Advisors points out that an in-house PMO isn’t a foregone conclusion. Depending on your industry, type or size of business, and the specifics of your organization, your CIO might consider outsourcing the project management function to be a sensible move. What are some of...
 
  The hidden ways organizational culture can impact your career
by Amy Watson - Mar, 2016
A few years ago when I was working in a high energy, informal, friendly, and fun team, I could count on everyone to work well together--with one exception. One of the women was extremely structured, highly conforming, protective of her private time, and confrontational. She had been hired when we were worried about having enough hands on deck to get all of the work done, but her presence contrasted starkly to everyone in our w...
 
  Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Ignite Passion and Performance
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2016
Look at today’s top-performing companies, and you’ll inevitably find a high degree of employee engagement. From frontline workers to CEOs, people are passionate about their companies’ purpose, values and mission. Most workers are motivated to give their best and often go beyond what’s required. Some are lucky enough to work for companies that are consistently designated a “best place to work.” But for countless other org...
 
  5 Essentials for the "Office" of the Future
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
Yesterday I traveled to the Gil Hatch Center for Customer Innovation in Rochester, NY to talk with my partner Xerox and visiting press and analysts about the future of work and office technology. Given that the office isn?t a necessary a physical location anymore, both software and hardware must be configured to be used effectively and efficiently by a growing virtual, mobile and contract workforce. Whether you are an enterpri...
 
  Why ADHD IS Wreaking Havoc On Your Life and Business, and What To Do About It
by Kathy Caprino - Mar, 2016
Part of the series "Living and Working Better" As career coach (and former therapist), I've worked with hundreds of professionals who've shared the intimate details of how they live and work, day by day. In these vibrant and detailed descriptions, I can often catch glimpses of how they are operating that they cannot themselves see. For example, I can detect the signs of ADHD in adults who have been "diagnosed" or labelled a...
 
  Teamwork For The Win
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
Teamwork is as essential to your professional career as it is to a winning season on the field. And organized sports are well-known for helping foster teamwork, along with other essential success skills, from determination to graceful losing. Whether you grew up playing sports as a kid, you're on a recreational or corporate team now, or just love cheering on your favorite team, we all can learn something from the efforts we...
 
  Micromanagement is Bad for the Brain
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
The command-and-control approach is out of vogue, and, as it turns out, also detrimental to human nature. Whether you’re an IT manager locking down access and permissions to IT-business collaboration tools, or a micromanager who forces a process on her employees to get work done, you may be negatively affecting business productivity. Historically, leaders have controlled employees rather than connecting with them. According t...
 
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