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With the pressure on the global economy, the workplace is changing. Join me for on-going discussions about the "emerging worker". Some call it the new 'permanent temporary'. As companies focus on project oriented staffing versus permanent positions, the job seeker must learn to reposition, engage, and perform with a slightly different approach. Are you ready for that?
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Added by Doug Thorpe on February 28, 2010 at 8:59am — No Comments
Natural disasters such as Hurricane Ike or Tropical Storm Allison that damaged many buildings in the Houston area can interrupt operations at hundreds of businesses. But even, inoperable or faulty building equipment, a sudden freeze that causes pipes to burst or a summer thunderstorm that cuts electrical power can bring a business to a halt.
Most standard office leases…Continue
Added by Coy Davidson on February 27, 2010 at 11:01pm — No Comments
This is the time of year that most office tenants begin to receive the building’s operating expense escalation statement for the previous year of their lease term. This is the additional rent charged to the tenant to cover the increase in operating expenses for the building. Even if the operating expense escalation has been carefully negotiated in the lease document, tenants are often surprised at the amount when the bill arrives.…Continue
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Since becoming a consultant, I have had a number of companies ask for help evaluating an individual function or department. Whether following an acquisition or a change
in executive leadership, the desire for an objective assessment of one or more
functions has become a fairly common occurrence for
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In politics, as in everyday life, a convergence of circumstances can prove fateful -- gleefully so for the winners, and maddeningly unfair in the view of the defeated. This is one of the many observations one may divine from John Heilemann's and Mark Halperin's newly-released book on the 2008 U.S. presidential race, Game Change: Obama and…Continue
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Studies continue to show that up to 70% of acquisitions fail to meet expectations in terms of financial performance.
Attending to the human aspect of integration - specifically, fear and
alignment - can greatly increase the speed and potential benefit of the
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When Alex Karis introduced us on Twitter it was as if heaven opened up and I found my
long lost best friend...you know the one that you seem to just know
each other and connect with ease.…
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It seems we have a new pastime in this country: Toyota bashing. It started when the first round of accelerator problems were
announced and became a full-blown fad after the issue resulted in suspending
sales of the company's most popular products.
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