Tags » Bloomberg

HBR: The Dirty Secret of Effective Sales Coaching

Below is a blog post by Matthew Dixon and Brent Adamson. How does coaching work in your sales organization?

The Dirty Secret of Effective Sales Coaching… 604 more words


China on a gold standard? Food for thought at least

By Lawrie Williams

Earlier this week I penned an article based on a talk by Ken Hoffmann, Bloomberg’s Global Head of Metals & Mining Research at the Global Mining Finance Precious and Base Metals Conference in London.  848 more words

Lawrie's Original Articles

Tweets Fly Back into Google Search Results After Four Years of Exile - United Tax Strategies

It’s been a long time coming, but tweets are finally viewable on Google (again). The company announced a partnership that’ll see real-time shares from Twitter re-embedded within search results, nearly four years after the end of an earlier agreement forced Google to remove them. 313 more words

Blog Roundup: May 12 - May 19

Over at Law Librarians Blog, Mark Giangrande reported on his recent experiences searching case law on Google Scholar, coming away with a better impression than his earlier forays. 56 more words

Kavitha Davidson, Bloomberg sports columnist

In our second podcast of 2015, we’re back to exploring the journey that female sports writers and broadcasters have to face on Twitter. Coming off the controversy a couple months back in Chicago when… 189 more words


CBC & PSAC faux Conservative scandals in lead up to Oct. 19th, 2015 election

Yesterday, the federal election was just five months away, to the day. Surprise, surprise! Faux and mini scandals implicating the Conservative Government in Ottawa are starting to become a daily mainstream media occurrence. 617 more words

Conservative Gov't