When making organizational change, be careful to preserve what is working well.
Archive | January, 2011
There are some new apps out there that are taking advantage of social media and LinkedIn that will make easier for you to do so. Check out Jumpscan (h/t to Karla Porter) and PingTag for LinkedIn, which Chris Brogan just wrote about on his blog.
DOL is heading your way with $25 Million for increased enforcement and they expect to generate—from your company and others—$7 Billion of additional revenue over the next 10 years. To avoid getting ensnared in this web of increased enforcement, say attorneys Veronica Gray & E. George Joseph is simple—audit, audit, audit. Gray and Joseph are […]
In the debut episode of “The Jim Stroud Show,” Jim gives jobhunting tips on how to find hidden jobs on Twitter. Will you do me a quick favor? Download the show notes Subscribe to The Jim Stroud Show on YouTube Tell somebody about my show! Finally, thank you for watching. (Smile) Leave me a comment […]
In yesterday’s blog, Harvard’s Rosabeth Kanter summarizes her five lessons from 2010 worth repeating, beginning with the recognition that surprise and change are the new normal. That being so, then resilience for individuals is the new skill. Simply put, resilience is the ability to bounce back successfully when facing stressful or even traumatic experiences. Experience suggests […]
Thinking about a New year’s resolution that can raise your game as a Manager?
So way, way back in the good old days (January of 2009) this little minion was laid off from her job and decided that she was going to come out of the blogging closet with her true identity. Ah, memories. Why did I decide to come out when I did? You see, part of why […]
The way that you’re managing your presence online (or not managing it, heaven forbid!) is totally and utterly incorrect. You think I’m joking? Your blog? Bad, bad, bad. Your Twitter? Pathetic. Facebook? You’re doing what? And LinkedIn? Terrible. In fact, everything you’re doing isn’t any good. At least to someone. Look, I’m no dummy. I […]