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The Slow Death of the Cubicle

May 22, 2012


Ah the Googlization of the workplace…I love it!  In this article by Dr. John Sullivan he attributes the death of cubicle and a new way to look at how a physical workspace impacts productivity and innovation to Google. The Death of the Cubicle — and the Killers Are Collaboration and Innovation – How we […]

Good job? Good job!

May 17, 2012


So with 5 generations in the workforce — what’s important to them all?  Meaningful work! This raises a great question Is it a Good Job If I’m Not Doing Good? Click on the link to the article asking the question and you’ll be treated to an easy discussion about the topic. Personally I feel if you are […]

Are you working for peanuts?

May 15, 2012


No — this isn’t an entry about competitive salaries or how to get a raise! Charles Wheelan gives a different perspective on life in What They Don’t Tell You at Graduation – where he lists ten lessons young people need to know. Dare I say — it’s worth your time to listen to these lessons as […]

What is your work’s intent?

May 13, 2012


“When you start creating for and in honor of those that have made a difference to you, your work changes.” Seth’s Blog: Dedicating the merit. Thank you Seth Godin…this opened my mind to a new way to look at work! What an amazing insight. In the last couple years I have started setting intention for […]