Tag Archive: Performance

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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Executive Comp Programs Shouldn't Make You Blush

The Wall Street Journal had a great article this morning entitled "No More Executive Bonuses."  The author's argument is that "the problem isn't that they are poorly designed.  The problem is that they exist."  Now I'm an "executive" in my company - ...

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Dear Mr. CEO, stop being such a baby

I was talking with a CFO buddy of mine last night - he's with a large telecommunications organization - 5,000+ employees.  Anyway, he was complaining about their HR Leader and his inability to integrate successfully with the rest of the leadership team.  He expanded by suggesting the HR Leader ...

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Anything You Can Do They Can Do Better

The New York Times had an interesting article last week related to the profusion of talent in the market right now - "Tables Turned, Former Hires Can't Get Hired"  We all understand that there are lots of people on the street right ...

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Bench the Player/Coach

Has anyone else out there given up on the idea that Managers have to be good developers of people?  I'm close...real close.  I'm not saying they can't be or they shouldn't be.  I am just saying that if they aren't, they should get the ...

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