Monthly Archives: October 2011

Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street and Your Organization

There are two topics that I never discuss in public- religion and politics. However there are some lessons to be learned for our organizations. Each of the two uprising movements were centered around actual or perceived inequities within the appro… Continue reading

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Reminder: Driving the HR 500: Achieving HR Excellence through Six Sigma Seminar coming to Tampa Bay in November

Daniel Bloom & Associates, Inc. has introduced a proprietary course for anyone dealing with the management of Human Capital. It is entitled Driving the Human Resource 500: Achieving HR Excellence through Six Sigma. It is designed to show HR profes… Continue reading

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I Got the Message: An Educational Manifesto

Over the past couple of weeks we have posted and received a wide variety of responses to our post about “When Are You Going to Get the Message.” Some have contended that the educational system was never designed to prepare students to function in … Continue reading

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Relocation Announcement

Caliber Collision Centers will relocate its corporate headquarters from Irvine, Calif., to Lewisville, Texas next month. Continue reading

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Health Care Coverge and Older Workers- The Challenge

Wolters Kleuwer in their weekly HR psoting discussed the problems with cancelling health care coverage for those reaching 65 years of older. See below: A recently released U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) informal discussion let… Continue reading

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Don’t You Understand, We are At War?

Before you jump to conclusions this post has absolutely nothing to do with the current military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. This deals with the perception on the part of certain parties that corporate America is at war. In posts and conver… Continue reading

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New Book on High Performing Organizations

I received a pre-publication version of the book, High Performing Organizations for review from the author. Mr. Glazer opens up with the unique perspective of comparing the way we run our companies to the flight of an airplane. The more drag you p… Continue reading

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