Spotting trends can feel more like an art than a science. It can seem particularly daunting in year that was greeted with so much uncertainty. For his first blog post of the New Year, Dalip takes a look at Marian Salzman’s latest Trendspotting report called The Big Book of Little Nexts and adds his own spin to the top trends for 2012. Read on to learn if you agree or disagree with his insights.
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How do you make sure work is transitioned smoothly in times of change? Employees come and go for various reasons, so how do you make sure your organization can handle change? You want to say focused the present, but don’t want to lose sight of any future changes. Dalip Raheja has some inputs on how to make sure the transition is as smooth as possible.
Since this is the beginning of a long holiday weekend, we thought we would delay our really serious blog post that we had planned (Feces!! Dookie!! Scheisse!! How Do You Define Value?) and send you something humorous.
Tapping into a higher value dimension requires adopting a new mindset, utilizing new skills, and executing new habits. The Mpower Group’s value approach is to shift the supplier relationship to where there are enough rewards from success to thoroughly share the spoils.
While Covey’s seven habits are meritorious, not following them inhibits greatness. In that spirit we present Seven Habits of Highly Dangerous Suppliers.
A new book Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua is generating buzz and debate both on-line, in print, and on TV. Chua’s goal in writing this book is to answer how Chinese parents raise such stereotypically successful children. As counterpoint, Chua decries American parents as…