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Importance of Women Inclusiveness Initiatives for a Healthy Corporate Culture

Women are stepping into the workforce not just because they want to be financially supportive members of their families but also because they have Goals and Career Aspirations. 953 more words

Women Rights

Unlock Your Most Powerful Reputation Asset: Your Employees

Many refer to today’s corporate landscape as the “reputation economy,” with consumer decisions becoming increasingly dependent on online reviews and opinion leaders. We believe the same is happening within many corporations, where opinions are being formed not only by a combination of influencers, media, pundits and activists, but also through interactions with a brand’s most powerful reputation asset: its employees. 429 more words

Employee Engagement

The Question of Being the First Mover

A member of our group feedback to me about his thoughts on being the first mover in business. ” In businesses, first mover advantage often proves otherwise. 508 more words

Business Reference

Del Cambio en las Organizaciones...

A menudo los clientes me dicen que una de las principales decepciones de sus iniciativas organizativas es que el comportamiento y la actitud de sus “recursos humanos” no cambian. 308 more words

Marketing Strategy

Are You Ready to Transition Your Business?

Are you prepared to transition your business?

As I read a recent survey of Georgia business owners conducted by Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management, I was struck by several statistics and the implications for owners of small and medium-sized businesses. 627 more words


When you are small, how do you keep yourself alive.

Met a friend in LA today. He used to be a senior management in a major studio. He asked me today. How did you manage to survive? 135 more words

Business Reference

Analysis Cyber Security | Twyla Garrett

When we are talk about Homeland Security, we get confused, trapped because lots of options boggling in your mind, but one name which triggered in my mind… 434 more words

Twyla Garrett