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The Slow Death of the Cubicle

May 22, 2012

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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 – ERE.net How we […]

Good job? Good job!

May 17, 2012

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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

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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 – WSJ.com 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

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“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 […]