Monthly Archives: March 2013

Please do not judge a book by its cover – The Marissa MayerEdict Part II

Over the past almost 7 years that we have been blogging int he HR space we have made much about the bad decision by corporate management to rely solely on the recruitment of passive candidates to fulfill their talent management … Continue reading

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14 steps to HR Excellence

Based on a presentation by the staff of Danbury Hospital in Connecticut, here are 14 steps to successfully introduce a process improvement effort into your HR department: 1. Do not expect a quick fix, seek a long term picture on … Continue reading

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It is choice not chance that defines our destiny

Awhile back we posted a blog entry in this space based on the marque of a local church. When I drove by it the other day the announcement of this Sunday’s sermon was on the marque and is the title … Continue reading

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Achieving HR Excellence through Six Sigma course returns to Columbus, OH

Once upon a time there was a human resource professional who believed that there was a better way to perform the HR duties than the organization did at the present time. Every day the HR pro talked to management about … Continue reading

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