Memories Of Jack Bloom
By Naomi Bloom on May 28, 2013
SAP Founders 1988 — Klaus Tschira On The Left I’ve always had a warm spot in my heart for SAP. When I published my first (and thus far only) 700+ page book in 1994 (“Human Resource Management and Information Technology: Achieving A Strategy Partnership”), Klaus Tschira, one of SAP’s founders, became a big fan of my […]
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By Naomi Bloom on September 4, 2012
The use of loss leaders is also alive and well in the business of HR technology. But just as there was nothing dishonest about the use of loss leaders in my Dad’s day, there’s nothing wrong with doing it in our world. But caveat emptor must be our mantra if we’re going to avoid getting flim flammed.
By Naomi Bloom on December 22, 2011
A Page From Bloom’s Camera 1950 Catalog On Christmas Eve, my Dad’s retail camera shop closed early, and we knew we’d have him with us all that next day. Really just with us, even if he was too tired for much conversation after working the very long hours of the retail Christmas season. New Year’s […]