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In a recent Harvard Business Review blog article, Vijay Govindarajan and Jatin Desai that “Any CEO can tell you that finding ideas is not the always the problem. The real issue is selecting and spreading the best ideas, testing quickly, and executing flawlessly. An ‘innovation engine’ is an organization’s capability to think and invest in long-term… Read more »
After a few years of tough economic times and stalled employment opportunities, it seems that 2012 is showing signs of growth. CareerBuilder’s mid-year job forecast surveyed more than 2,000 hiring managers and human resources professionals in different industries nationwide and gathered overall positive results. The report, released last month, found that 44 percent of private… Read more »
We are only days away from the 2012 ASTD (American Society for Training & Development) International Conference & Exposition, which is hosted in EDSI’s hometown of Denver, Colorado from May 6 to 9. Denver was recently named one of the top convention cities in the United States, and we’re looking forward to welcoming you in… Read more »
No matter where you went to college or graduate school or what grades you earned, positive long-term career development demands that you continue to learn and grow in order to move ahead. This could take the form of earning a higher degree, attending professional conferences, participating in training sessions, or simply reading a professional development… Read more »
The American Society for Training & Development 2012 International Conference & Exposition is coming up next month in Denver, Colorado (May 6 to 9), and the schedule of events is packed with interesting speakers, workshops, exhibitors and learning sessions. Before you head to Denver, take some time to plan what you want to accomplish so… Read more »
This week, the Supreme Court threw out a major class-action lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. that claimed the corporation widely and systematically discriminated against potentially 1.5 million of its female employees. The women pressing the case said they and colleagues nationwide were being victimized by Wal-Mart’s practice of letting local management make subjective or biased… Read more »
Denver, Colorado – The rise of casual work environments and flexible work hours in recent years has included various benefits for employees, such as improved morale and work-life balance. However, these changes also have contributed to a careless attitude toward work results and an acceptance of average (or below average) performance as the norm. One… Read more »
Centennial, CO – Business owner Suzanne Updegraff has been honored as an Inscape Publishing Ruby Award winner. “In a time of high unemployment, many organizations are spending less on workforce development. The fact that Suzanne Updegraff set a sales record during this difficult time is really quite remarkable,” says Jeffrey Sugerman, president and CEO of… Read more »
We all have an influence on the people around us, whether it’s in the span of a few minutes or over the course of a long-term relationship, and it’s up to us to decide whether that influence is positive or negative. It is important to realize that each individual likes to be treated in a… Read more »
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