Browsing All Posts published on »November, 2009«

PI Window on Business Celebrates 75th Broadcast With Special Anniversary Offer

November 30, 2009

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It is hard to believe that the December 3rd segment titled “Motivating Ideals: How to Engage and Ignite Your Company’s Workforce” will be our 75th show. What is the old saying about time flying by when you are having fun.     Over the first 75 segments there have been so many great moments such […]

Motivating Ideals: How to Engage and Ignite Your Company’s Workforce

November 27, 2009

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Taking another page out of Jim Collins’ book Good to Great, where he highlights a number of corporate myths, his research found (and I quote); “Companies that make the change from good to great have no name for their transformation – and absolutely no program. They neither rant nor rave about a crisis – and […]

The Community Marketing Blog’s Blog-off #2 Competition with $45K in Prizes

November 25, 2009

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For those of you who found my October 15th “The Power of the Blog” post interesting, I thought that I would share with you the details for a high profile competition known as Blog-off #2 which features amongst many benefits a $45,000 total prize package for the winners. If you are a blogger and have […]

Accessibility to Intelligence and the Power to Act (Binary Fountain)

November 24, 2009

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When I came across the Binary Fountain organization as a result of our mutual familiarity with the Commonwealth of Virginia, my initial thought was to view their offering through the lens of quantifying results.  Specifically, by providing timely access to near real-time intelligence, their clients would be able to measure the success of a program […]

Snakes in a Playpen: Why U.S. Policy Regarding H-1B and EB-5 Visas is Outdated and Ineffective

November 22, 2009

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In an earlier post from the spring I had talked about the manner in which inspiration usually hit me in terms of ideas for the articles that ultimately find their way to the pages of this as well as other blogs. I had bemoaned the fact that at the time I had not yet incorporated […]

The Lords of Discipline: A Journey of Self Discovery and Shared Experiences (Guest Profile, Troy Evans)

November 21, 2009

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Appearing for the first time as a Guest Host on the December 4th PI Window on Business Show is Jim Bouchard. Jim’s “Think Like a Black Belt” mindset and resulting journey parallels in principle that of the protagonist from Pat Conroy’s 1980 novel “The Lords of Discipline” Will McLean, in that it has ultimately lead […]

The Lords of Discipline: A Journey of Self Discovery and Shared Experiences (Guest Profile, Neil Ducoff)

November 21, 2009

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As reported in my November 20th post, Jim Bouchard will be appearing for the first time as a Guest Host on the December 4th PI Window on Business Show. Joining Jim to offer their unique perspectives on life and the discipline it takes to succeed are three equally inspirational individuals whose understanding and candor will […]

Accountability and Outcome is a Shared Responsibility in the RFP Process

November 21, 2009

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It never fails to amaze me that given the amount of research which goes into the production of each PI Window on Business Show, there are always a number of new insights that come to light during the live broadcast.  In fact this is one of the reasons why social media is so critical to the procurement profession, […]

The Lords of Discipline: A Journey of Self Discovery and Shared Experiences (Guest Profile, Mark Altman)

November 20, 2009

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Appearing for the first time as a Guest Host on the December 4th PI Window on Business Show is Jim Bouchard, whose “Think Like a Black Belt” mindset and 20 year quest for what he refers to as “the keys to personal and professional success,” has made him a much sought after speaker and successful author. Joining Jim […]

So Act Already! The Unsociable Business of Social Networks (Excerpt from My 2nd Book Now Available)

November 19, 2009

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No sooner had the ink dried on the last sentence of the final page of my first book “Your Show Will Go Live in 5 Seconds,” and I was already on to my second project. While I certainly did not have plans to start a second book so soon after the first, when I was […]

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