Would You Hire Someone Who Led a Rebellion?

Mar 09, 17 Would You Hire Someone Who Led a Rebellion?

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Leadership of a rebellion Top X lists are generally clickbait tripe. But we need people, I need to interview them, so “Top 5 Interview Questions” sounds worth clicking. And then I read this: When I asked “tell me about something you’ve led,” one of the candidates paused and then answered, “I once led a revolt against...

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When Valuations Don’t Mean Valuable

Jun 16, 16 When Valuations Don’t Mean Valuable

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It’s Time For A New Wave Of Investing “You’re walking around blind without a cane, pal. A fool and his money are lucky enough to get together in the first place.” – Gordon Gekko in “Wall Street” By Tony Greenberg, CEO RampRate Sourcing Advisors / DeepStrat A week before Groupon’s initial public offering, Henry...

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Trust Us? Are You Really My Friend?

Jun 05, 15 Trust Us? Are You Really My Friend?

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Trust It may be the most overused, least appreciated, most haphazardly defined word in modern life. Yet, it makes online commerce possible, discussion groups debatable and eBay profitable. Simultaneously, its abuse leads to urgent letters from Nigerian depositories, fuels goofball conspiracy theories, enables a menagerie of computer...

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How CIOs Must Maximize ROI ~ Learn This Or Find A New Role – Joe Weinman

Feb 04, 15 How CIOs Must Maximize ROI ~ Learn This Or Find A New Role – Joe Weinman

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Maximize ROI Read all about it right HERE  by Joe Weinman, author  Cloudonomics, the most  important book on the future of  ITBM, formerly of ATT and  Hewlett Packard It’s not a big secret—the IT function is in the midst of a significant transformation. That means the CIO role is changing and becoming more integral to the...

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The Arithmetic of Relationships > What’s Our Mutual Net Profit?

Sep 08, 14 The Arithmetic of Relationships > What’s Our Mutual Net Profit?

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Relationships “There is an eloquent tale about the difference between Heaven and Hell. It is said that in both places, the occupants are presented with opulent tables laden with exotic foods and given four-foot long utensils with which to eat. In Hell, people are miserable and starving because they cannot imagine how to get food...

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I Apologize. Not Me. Nix “I Am Sorry” From Our Lexicon

Feb 10, 14 I Apologize. Not Me. Nix “I Am Sorry” From Our Lexicon

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Apologize You may have heard: Toronto mayor Rob Ford recently apologized for smoking crack. His apologies are fun to watch. You know he’s faking, and he’s so brazen you almost root for him. His mouth is making the word “sorry” while his brain is thinking: yeah, I smoked it, so what? Get off my back. You all in the...

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