3 Words Follow-up to yesterday’s post written by David Zinger. I am so pleased you took so much away from 3 little words. It makes me feel stronger than the

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I was checking out David Zinger’s twitter page and noticed his 2009 3-word theme.  They are “Authentic, Connections, Engage.”  A part of me wants a 5 page manifesto on his

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Guest Author:  Stephen B. Jeong, Ph.D. In Part 1 of Survey Design 101, we discussed two broad topics related to survey design – choosing the right topics and creating quality

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We always end up talking about employee adoption whenever we are implementing anything whether it’s technology, process or anything else.  When we talk about adoption, we’re really talking change management,

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No pun intended. But I’m troubled and I don’t get it. This morning the acting CFO over at Freddie Mac committed suicide.  He was brought in after the bailout, so

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From where the conductor stands, she sees and hears everything.  This is the perfect place from which to direct and convey small changes in vision.  The conductor is perfectly situated

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04-15 In a symphony, there are no individual performers.  There can’t be.  The whole point of a symphony is individual elements coming together to form a single cohesive vision of

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One of the secrets of good conducting is to have a light touch.  What actually happens is when a conductor tries to force movements or over-emphasize and overpower the music,

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It’s pretty amazing when you watch a symphony or orchestra work.  You see the conductor doing her thing front and center.  You see violins sitting together in perfect coordination, and

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Up through the Beijing Olympics, I’d been reading stories almost on a daily basis about how China was trying to present a public image of itself that was not necessarily

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Anu posted this image of simplicity for user interface designs.  While it’s a bit of a caricature on how Apple and Google have designed their UI’s, it’s really quite accurate

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Hey, Genius.  We want you.  We know you’re genius in some way or another.  Whether you’re code crazy, binary brilliant or master of origami dollhouses, it’s all good by us. 

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Serious hat tip to Rob Millard Rob wrote about this over 2 years ago, but the picture still exists and I stumbled upon it months ago, and then had a

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There is a single offboarding experience that sticks out in my mind as one of the most positive work experiences I’ve ever had.  While these days we have technology and

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The following was contributed to the site: Whether you are looking for interns or executives, attending a job fair can be a very effective strategy for recruiters. With the advent

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From an applications technology point of view, we’ve all known that integration simply means connecting data from one software component to another.  Often we’ve used integration to mean that functional

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The other systematic asks: In a recent interview with one of our analysts, a Fortune 500 company’s HR director said (not verbatim) “It’s not HR’s job to define our culture.

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Seth Godin’s recent post on Talent and marketing HR hit home on may fronts.  What if you started acting like the VP of Talent? Understanding that talent is hard to

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Your technology project is completed.  Your go live date is imminent.  You have committed serious time and effort to changing your processes, and making sure they get implemented in your

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I mean really, what’s the big deal?  This is yet another social networking tool that has invaded our work spaces.  First it was personal access to e-mails during work hours. 

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