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Andrew Goldberg
I got amazing responses and feedback on my recent post, How To Get The Most Out Of Reading A Book. In this post, I discuss how to optimize your experience when listening to podcasts.
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I recently came across an old article titled, “The Simple Truth Behind Reading 200 Books a Year.”  Many of you know I’m an avid reader and podcast listener, so the title grabbed my attention.  After reading the article though, I think instead of focusing on the number of books, we are all better served if...
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It’s always a pleasure to share my blog with talented professionals. James Ricci is the CTO with Harbour Results, Inc., a manufacturing consulting firm. He has a unique perspective on Talent Attraction and shares his thoughts with us today.
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If you’re going to sue somebody, make sure you didn’t first violate the agreement, and if you’re going to make a claim for damages, make sure you can establish them with reasonable certainty.  These are the two important concepts addressed in Accredited Home Care vs. Champion Nursing Care. 
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I know, I know. People like to complain about their lawyer almost as much as about a Used Car Dealer.  Unfortunately for the profession, this case justifies these complaints.
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Too often, businesses take their insurance policy for granted and simply assume even their most rudimentary claims will be covered.  There are too many court cases to show the folly of this assumption.  And another one was just decided in the Michigan Court of Appeals.
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Knowledge Management will become more, not less, important in the future.  Companies must begin the process now.  But how? 
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Knowledge sharing has to start at the top.  Leaders must instill a culture and environment where employees are actively committed to sharing information, where they are rewarded for sharing information, and where this information sharing is publicized and known throughout the company. 
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