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Could you describe yourself in just 3 words?

Last week I was asked by a potential client to describe what makes me different from everyone else… in just 3 words.  I blew it.  And I’m so annoyed with myself for that. I was in the car when the phone rang, the baby was crying, the traffic was jammed and I wasn’t fully present.  […]

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Working Parents Toolkit – tips for employers

            New to Australia, a complimentary group of child care, parenting, human resources, and career management specialists have joined forces to create the Working Parents Toolkit – a practical guide and tool for employers to support expectant parents, employees on parental leave, and working parents. The Working Parents Toolkit offers […]

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Women and Technology: The Ugly Truth

This is a great discussion by Harvard academic Sylvia Ann Hewlett on the continuing gender divide in technology ranks.Excerpt:Women, it turns out, are excelling in science, engineering, and technology (SET). In 2007, girls won both the Siemens and Intel science competitions and walked off with 53% of graduate degrees in the biological sciences. Despite the […]

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What Are Your Customers Really Worth?

        The book titled, “Managing Customers as Investments: The Strategic Value of Customers in the Long Run” (Wharton School Publishing) by Sunil Gupta and Donald R. Lehmann, offers practical examples and case studies to help companies estimate the lifetime value of their customers. That information, the authors suggest, can then be used […]

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Eight emerging trends are transforming many markets and businesses. Executives should learn to shape the outcome rather than just react to it – a McKinsey & Company article and Podcast

Technology alone is rarely the key to unlocking economic value: companies create real wealth when they combine technology with new ways of doing business. McKinseys has identified eight technology-enabled trends that will help shape businesses and the economy in coming years in the article, “Eight business technology trends to watch”. These trends fall within three […]

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The Halo Effect: Debunking Some Hot Business Books with One of His Own

      At last… A business book without an ego! In “The Halo Effect … and the Eight Other Business Delusions That Deceive Managers”, Phil Rosenzweig tears into some of the most popular business books of recent years, suggesting that a number of the principles bandied about in the business world are based on […]

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