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By Denis Pombriant on June 11, 2012
Recent economic news is lousy. The Eurozone can’t seem to decide on the fundamental question the robber asked, “Your money or your life?” and indecision is cascading across the globe in the form of slow or no growth. It’s as if we’re choosing slow death, boiling our own frog. Unemployment rates are either high or [...]
By Naomi Bloom on June 11, 2012
Don't Let This Happen To You!
Last week I delivered a keynote for HR Technology Week which I hope many of you attended and/or for which you have access to the replay. I thought that the top ten preparedness list I created for this session, with many thanks to Ed Frauenheim for suggesting it, might make a [...]
By Phil Fersht on June 11, 2012
Seems to me everyone is out there desperately looking for sales superstars. Do they exist? Is it worth the time and effort to find them, only to be disappointed at least half the time?
By Jason Busch on June 11, 2012
MetalMiner and Spend Matters are excited to announce the launch of a combined research study, Manufacturing and Direct Materials Sourcing: A Planning Guide for the Next Decade. Authored by Jason Busch and Lisa Reisman, this Spend Matt…
By David Terrar on June 11, 2012
Over here we are anticipating this year’s Cloud Computing World Forumin London, but over in the US Larry Ellison, Oracle’s founder and CEO since 1977, has pivoted his position on the Cloud along with “crossing a line” to trash key competitors. Elsewhere old guard software giants like IBM are mis-communicating the Cloud messages. How does [...]