Author Archives: Charlie Judy

Asian Carp and a Company’s Fragile Ecosystem

The workplace is a fragile ecosystem.  Interdependency abounds.  The actions (or inactions) of one effect those of many.  Energy levels ebb and flow based on the collective contributions of everyone.  Moods are contagious.  Optimal performance is possible only when each of its components are humming along.  ...

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Hey, Long-Term Jobseekers…Humble Up!

So how's that job hunting advice you're getting from every corner of the world working out for you? There are so many "experts" out there telling you how to find a job it must make you sick.  And I bet most of the advice you've been ...

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Pick Me…Ohh Ohh Pick Me!

I was not one of those kids who was picked first on the playground nor was I the one who was picked last.  Average performer...story of my life.  I can distinctly recall, though, feeling a pit in my stomach watching those last two kids waiting ...

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Time to Share the Love (Better)

I've really enjoyed the last four months of blogging.  I love to write and it's been a real catharsis for me during what has been a challenging time.  As most of you know, I actually have a full-time job as an executive with a mid-sized public ...

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Performance Records Go To Hanger-51

President Obama wants to computerize and standardize all medical records within the next 5 years.  An ambition some call audacious and others call imperative.  Proponents suggest that Electronic Medical Records (EMR) technologies would, among other things,  ultimately facilitate a higher standard of ...

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