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Take Time to Recharge Your Work Battery

Note: This is a roundtable on long and erratic hours at work by four students in the course; they prefer anonymity for personal reasons, so only their initials appear below. 892 more words

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Week 3...let's see...

Back again with my update for the week.  In case you didn’t notice, I added the navigation bar across the top for quick reference while playing around with the format.   815 more words


The Science of Sundays

I like to think of Sundays as the “early morning hours” of the week ahead. Whether you’re recovering from a fun Saturday night out, catching up on homework, settling in on the couch to watch football, or simply relaxing, Sunday has always been a day of rest, recuperation, and preparation. 377 more words

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Adjusting distribution centers for omnichannel success at the retailer John Lewis

An article in CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly (Quarter 2, 2014) titled “A Supply Chain Redesign for Omnichannel success” describes changes to the distribution center at the retailer John Lewis to ensure omnichannel success – a 7.2% sales increase in the 2013 season over the 2012 season with a 22.6% increase in online sales. 114 more words

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Improve Yourself

Ok, so you took time off to rest. By now you should be bored out of your mind. You’ve explored all the hobbies you wanted, checked off some of your bucket list, slept in every day and forgotten more nights than you’ve remembered. 474 more words

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Being superwoman

You know when people ask you what your 3 best traits/assets are, for example in a job interview?  When I’m asked, my three usually are: 463 more words