Monthly Archives: June 2010

Go Beyond The Usual ‘GREEN’ Workplace

GREEN is in. Ever since the screening of Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth,” becoming eco-friendly or “green” has become part and parcel of many companies’ institutional image building campaigns. But even before this landmark film, many offices have already adopted

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BREAKTHROUGH COLUMN: How To Innovate When ‘the sky is falling’

WHEN I was an HR executive, I often heard forecasts of doom and gloom from top management but only partly believed these scenarios since these usually justified cost cutting measures. Well this time, the cries that “the sky is falling”

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BREAKTHROUGH COLUMN: Innovation Blues

THE STARK truth about innovation is this: “Innovation takes an awful lot of teamwork.” These are the words of Harvard professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter in an interview by Kermit Pattison published in http://www.fastcompany.com. Kanter described the pitfalls in innovation and

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