Streamlining (and Sustaining) the Productivity of Your Big Data

November 29th, 2013

You can’t rush Big Data – at least not to the point where it hurts your productivity. You may want to quickly crunch all those numbers and use your data as the panacea to achieve near-immediate business results. But putting the data cart before the horse – diving into tools and systems before you have […]

Is Your Workforce Performance Faltering? How to Turn it Around

September 16th, 2013

Is your organization suffering from performance failure? Think about your favorite TV medical drama. The patient’s heart monitor shows a faltering pattern, which rapidly deteriorates into cardiac arrest unless the surgical team takes effective action. To avoid the need for CPR to avoid a performance flat line, it’s critical to make your employees feel that […]

Are You Experienced?

June 14th, 2013

If this title made you think of Jimi Hendrix, chances are you have several years of job experience under your belt. Many people who have twenty or more years of solid work history are finding themselves in the market for a new job—frequently not by choice. As an experienced professional, you may hear that you’re […]

Want to Find the Ideal Candidate? Then Open Up!

April 22nd, 2013

“Our success has really been based on partnerships from the very beginning.” Guess which (ahem!) ever-so-slightly successful entrepreneur is quoted here? None other than Microsoft founder Bill Gates.  I love to hear what the experts have to say about success – and this quote illustrates the importance Mr. Gates puts on building strong partnerships with […]