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Archives 2008 - Present

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Too Many Soloists; Not Enough Music

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Kevin Oakes

The term talent management is such an enigma. In an industry that consistently reinvents its vocabulary, never before has a human resources term garnered so much attention and yet been so misunderstood and overly hyped. And by some, overly scorned. Ironically, given the... More »

A Leadership Tool for Smart Thinking

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Paula is a shift supervisor for a high-tech industry. Prior to her daily brief with her crew, she must sift through data on industry updates, changes in the work schedule, current plant performance, and a host of other documents to determine what to provide her crew so ... More »

Poised for Discovery

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While much of the nation has been fighting to survive the recession, Booz Allen, a strategy and technology consulting firm, has faced a different challenge: unprecedented growth. With an increased focus on business delivery and utilization, new hires need to be equipped... More »

ROI: The Report of My Death Is an Exaggeration

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What do Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway, and return-on-investment (ROI) have in common? All have been reported dead, prematurely. Twain was quite resilient, and reporting was so inaccurate in the 19th century that he was reported deceased twice! Almost a century later, rep... More »

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