Category Archives: News

Keep Your Talent Moving

October 11, 2016   

I’ve written about the ergonomics of sitting, standing, and everything in-between in my last two articles. While sitting may not be the new smoking as was previously claimed, and standing is not necessarily the answer, what we do know is this: It’s the overall lack of movement that’s killing us. So what can you do […]

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Sitting Differently

October 11, 2016   

My last article revealed that although the catch-phrase sitting is the new smoking is a bit exaggerated, it is true that sitting a lot over many years does have fairly serious negative consequences for your health. Standing, however, can be nearly as sedentary as sitting, and is not the panacea solution everyone wanted it to […]

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The Sitting Versus Standing Debate

October 11, 2016   

It was back in 2013 that the phrase sitting is the new smoking was coined. It was the shorthand catch-phrase that emerged from a Harvard Business Review article titled Sitting Is the Smoking of Our Generation by Nilofer Merchant. Others have echoed the idea, such as Mayo Clinic cardiologist Martha Grogan who said, “For people […]

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The Slow Rise of Telecommuting

October 11, 2016   

With ever-increasing mobility and digital connectedness in the 21st century, there are many who dream about offices just fading away entirely. Will it happen? As it stands now, most people still head into the office for the daily work routine. It hasn’t caught on nearly as quickly as everyone thought it would, but it’s interesting […]

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Small Business Talent Management Mistake #4: Overlooking TM Tools

August 29, 2016   

Whether it’s because of perceived budgetary constraints or misguided notions related to internal capacity and expertise, far too many small businesses make the mistake of overlooking the talent management tools that could help vault their organization to new levels of success.

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Small Business Talent Management Mistake #3: Failing to Embrace Data

August 29, 2016   

In the small business environment, you’re always looking for ways to save money. Unfortunately, this can create a kind of myopic way of seeing things that causes you to miss out on opportunities with the potential to take your business to the next level. Take, for example, the arrival of “big data” to talent management […]

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Small Business Talent Management Mistake #2: Failing to Invest in TM

August 29, 2016   

It’s an all-too-common scenario for small businesses: You feel like you don’t have the budget or expertise to make sure you’re hiring the right people, but it has to be done so you do your own research and wing it. Maybe things turn out all right in the end and maybe not. People who have […]

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Small Business Talent Management Mistake #1: Failing to Establish a TM Strategy

August 29, 2016   

Somewhere along the way a lot of small businesses got it into their heads that because they’re small, they don’t need to put the time and effort into establishing a clear talent management strategy. It’s high time to blow that myth out of the water. Just because you’re a small business doesn’t mean you can […]

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Fit versus Diversity in Hiring

June 25, 2016   

An increasing number of companies are running into a distressing conundrum that pits the need for hiring people who are a good “fit” for an organization against more recent notions that make a strong case for diversity as a hiring goal. Are these two common hiring goals mutually exclusive? If not, what is the way […]

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Analytics for Talent Management

June 25, 2016   

The age of Big Data is here, and just about every business knows they ought to be tapping into it to generate actionable insights and better business decision-making. Generating reams or gigabytes of data, however, is the easy part. Without the analytics tools and expertise to make sense of that data, the promise of Big […]

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