“Business needs to see inside the black box.”
“Would you be brave enough to do this?”
“The HRBP is a broad role. It’s a whirlwind adventure every working day!”
“If it’s viable, it will grow.”
Year over year, the Silicon Valley information industry gained 9,200 jobs.
“A lot of financial plans succeed or fail based on the decisions people make about Social Security.”
“It’s an interweaving of emotions and actions.”
“You need to be always thinking about the different laws that you need to consider and how they might impact … More
“While you are busy focusing on your business I am busy in the details of your business…”
“Procurement, acquiring goods and services, touches every single aspect of personal and business life.”
“Supplier performance measurement will no doubt continue, but what we measure seems to be evolving.”
“You need to come up with unique solutions to the current problems in logistics.”
“LinkedIn is an iterative process. Use it to meet new people, build trust, cultivate relationships and always engage.”
Make it crystal clear why you’re the right match for the position you’re specifically targeting.
“Certification is building a foundation for your future.”
“It’s been a tight market—even in this (EDA) niche.”
“You need to bring order to the chaos.”
“There’s never been a better time to take a deeper dive into HR.”
“Don’t wait around for some day.”
“We’re seeing a lot more in the augmented reality and virtual reality space.”
“We need to know what to track and how.”
“How are you differentiating your most loyal customers?”
“We are living in a ‘Brave New World’ when it comes to technology.”
“Organizations realize the tremendous impact their purchasing decisions can have on the environment, the economy and definitely their bottom line.”
Part one of a three-part series on social media fundamentals.
“Once you learn to engage influencers, you differentiate yourself from the noise online”
Programmers need to code with an audience.
“Now I have organization and structure and clients.”
“Whether it’s charity or retirement planning or educational planning, it’s all about asking questions.”
We need to ground our policy decisions in cross-disciplinary research—especially in an era of such ideological polarization.