Software License Fines Fall Hardest on the Smallest

Software License Fines Fall Hardest on the Smallest - http://www.midmarket.eweek.com Avatar Posted by ArmadaIG under Legal
From http://www.midmarket.eweek.com 6007 days ago
Made Hot by: on December 24, 2007 5:24 am
Most small and midsize businesses aren't even aware when they violate a software license, according to software industry sources, but that doesn't stop the fines from piling up. Nearly 90 percent of the fines collected annually by the Business Software Alliance for software license violations falls on small and midsize businesses, many of whom h Read More

Skills can be taught, personality is forever

Skills can be taught, personality is forever - http://blogs.ittoolbox.com Avatar Posted by jnelson under Human Resources
From http://blogs.ittoolbox.com 6003 days ago
Made Hot by: on December 18, 2007 8:36 am
Employers are putting an increasing focus on employee personality to ensure that they can work within the team framework, and have a better understanding of the job requirements. An excellent write up in the SeattlePI goes in detail on the subject, and is something that I have noticed that more and more clients are doing. They want people who can Read More

Company Parties for As Few As Two

Company Parties for As Few As Two - http://www.businessknowhow.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Human Resources
From http://www.businessknowhow.com 6006 days ago
Made Hot by: on December 16, 2007 10:29 pm
Just as large corporations are throwing their huge holiday galas, complete with orchestras, lavish meals and elaborate decorations and presentations of special bonuses and gifts, your small or home-based business can have its own end-of-the-year celebration. Indeed, you might choose to scale down the band and the buffet (perhaps, eliminate them fr Read More

Reduce Your Stress This Holiday Season

Reduce Your Stress This Holiday Season - http://www.businessknowhow.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Self-Development
From http://www.businessknowhow.com 6018 days ago
Made Hot by: on December 3, 2007 6:38 pm
In today's world of two-earner households, 1.87 children, and a myriad of obligations and scheduled activities, the average American's plate is already brimming with more than a fair share of time-draining responsibilities. An American Psychological Association (APA) 2007 poll shows that "one-third of Americans are living with extreme stress an Read More

Personal Assistants on Call, Just Not in the Next Office

Personal Assistants on Call, Just Not in the Next Office - http://www.nytimes.com Avatar Posted by ArmadaIG under Human Resources
From http://www.nytimes.com 6021 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 29, 2007 6:02 pm
IN the latest twist on the information-age truism that technology is making the world even smaller, entrepreneurs in India are trying to build a new market for the offshore services they offer: helping small businesses cope with even the most mundane day-to-day tasks. Thanks to Indian companies like Brickwork India and GetFriday, even sole proprie Read More

Facebook in Pinstripes

Facebook in Pinstripes - http://blogs.bnet.com Avatar Posted by alphalife under Strategy
From http://blogs.bnet.com 6027 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 25, 2007 7:43 pm
Forget Microsoft Office and Excel. Your next powerful business tool could be Facebook. Andy McAfee, a Harvard Business School professor and an expert on Web 2.0 technologies and their applications in business, argues that social networking software brings certain types of people together in a much more efficient (and potentially cheaper) way than Read More

The Art of the Huddle

The Art of the Huddle - http://www.inc.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Management
From http://www.inc.com 6022 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 25, 2007 7:42 pm
Every weekday at 9:30 a.m. sharp, the executive team at Bishop-Wisecarver, a Pittsburg, California, manufacturing company, files into the boardroom. They stand around the table; no sitting allowed. Then rat-a-tat-tat--each fires off a brief synopsis of the items on his or her frontmost burner. Ten minutes later all are back in the office armed wit Read More

Jerry Seinfeld's Productivity Secret

Jerry Seinfeld's Productivity Secret - http://lifehacker.com Avatar Posted by dobbie under Self-Development
From http://lifehacker.com 6025 days ago
Made Hot by: tiroberts on November 25, 2007 5:54 am
Years ago when Seinfeld was a new television show, Jerry Seinfeld was still a touring comic. At the time, I was hanging around clubs doing open mic nights and trying to learn the ropes. One night I was in the club where Seinfeld was working, and before he went on stage, I saw my chance. I had to ask Seinfeld if he had any tips for a young comic. W Read More

Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time

Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time - http://www.bnet.com Avatar Posted by alphalife under Self-Development
From http://www.bnet.com 6027 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 24, 2007 12:24 am
Organizations are demanding ever-higher performance from their workforces. People are trying to comply, but the usual method--putting in longer hours--has backfired. They're getting exhausted, disengaged, and sick. And they're defecting to healthier job environments. Longer days at the office don't work because time is a limited resource. But p Read More

Management Techniques for Bringing Out the Best in Generation Y

Management Techniques for Bringing Out the Best in Generation Y - http://www.cio.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Management
From http://www.cio.com 6032 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 18, 2007 7:13 pm
There's been a lot of talk recently about Generation Y. Its members, born between 1982 and 2005, are known for their sense of entitlement, outspokenness, inability to take criticism, and technological sophistication. Fortune deemed Generation Y in its May 28, 2007, issue the most high-maintenance, yet potentially most high-performing generation i Read More
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