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Avoiding Middle Management


Jason Kottke wrote a post earlier this week on solutions for avoiding middle management, and he made reference to Adaptive Pathís advocacy program. Some folks emailed me directly for more information, so I thought Iíd share a bit more about how the...
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Listening to Google Health users


At Google, we believe that consumers should have convenient and secure access to all their health data so that they can be better informed and be more involved in their care. Recently, a data-savvy patient known as e-Patient Dave blogged about data...
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Predicting HR in 2009 May Be Hazardous To Your Hea


Note: This is part two of a three part series on my predictions for 2009 (see part one and part three). I will be covering predictions for blogging, HR and those made by others as the new year approaches....
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Getting a Performance Management Budget


Getting budget approval for a performance management (PM) project seems to be an ongoing theme amongst HR professionals. The problem seems to be that human resources departments don't often contemplate projects costing tens or hundreds of...
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Aurora: What Is Internetís Atomic Level?


For most casual web users today, the smallest thing on the Internet is a web page. This is the element that a user can recall via a URL, store in a bookmark or forward to another user. Sure, thereís sub-elements of a page such as the text or an...
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On-premise and on-demand are like oil and water fo


This week's announcement that SAP has delayed the rollout of its hosted midmarket ďBusiness ByDesignĒ offering, and reduced expectations for the product, shed further light on the difficulties that on-premise software companies will have in...
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