Category Archives: Theory

Vendors and Bloggers Locked in Love and Hate

I rant. It’s what I do. But whether it shows or not, I recognize that I’m just one voice among many. And I (really) like it when someone is willing to shout back with theirs.  I published a post this week about the dangers of resigning too much of one’s self to Vendors when blogging…

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The Future of Work: A Manifesto

There is a lot about the world of work that’s done gone broke. I know that, you know that. We all know that. We know it because we’re all really good at talking about the problems. We blab on and on about them. We point fingers. And when it comes to work, we usually point…

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Hey Ladies

Way back in 1993, Deloitte, a company I spent the first 13 years of my career with, founded its Women’s Initiative. When it came out, many of us scratched our heads and our puny little brains. There was lots of grumbling – mostly from the old white men who started to feel the vice grip…

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The Case for an Employment Diet

America is fat. It’s dreadful. Body fat is one thing – and we have plenty of it around here. But the excess and waste that drips from so much of what we touch in any given day is even more dreadful. And no where is this more apparent than the workplace. We use too much…

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Top HR Blogger List

I received a number of emails and DMs after the rollout of Fistful of Talent’s HR Blog Power Rankings v.8 with sympathetic cries of “injustice” that I didn’t make this year’s list. I see this as a great opportunity to set the record straight on a couple of things. While I appreciate your patronage, your…

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