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RealClearWorld - Globalization Hollowing Out the West

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Globalization of labor will relentlessly erode living standards in the West argue Phillip Brown and Hugh Lauder: http://t.co/Os7Bt4Fd...

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Confucianism and Business Ethics - Good and Evil: Empirical Studies

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Ethical Perceptions of Business Students: Differences Between East Asia and the USA and Among ‘‘Confucian’’ Cultures Journal of Business Ethics ~ Kun...

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EBSCOhost: The Role of Entrepreneurial Networks in the Exploration and Exploitation of...

This article coincides with the key concepts in section 1.1 of Chapter 1 in that it gives an inside look at how entrepreneurial  social and business systems correlate to each other inductively to form a broad range of internationalization opportunities

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Overcoming the Technical Talent Management Challenge: APQC Identifies 19 Best ... - MarketWatch (press release)

The missing dynamic the author fails to mention is soft skills. How many absolutely brilliant technical people do you know that have zero soft skills?


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Elissa Tucker's comment, September 14, 2012 9:30 AM
Thanks for the comment. It is interesting because in our secondary research on the technical talent shortage, we definitely heard that employers want technical workers who also have soft skills such as the ability to communicate well and work well in teams and that this combination of technical and soft skills can be hard to find. However, when we studied a group of organizations that excel at recruiting and retaining technical talent, we didn’t hear that they were suffering from a shortage of soft skills among technical workers. The internship programs and university relationships at these organizations help them select technical employees who have a strong mix of both technical and soft skills. Their competency models, “on-the-job” approach to employee development, and leadership development/succession planning programs help them develop and maintain soft skills throughout worker careers and within their existing workforces.
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Elissa Tucker, SPHR
Human Capital Management Knowledge Specialist, APQC
+ 1-713-685-4649 - Direct
etucker@apqc.org
www.apqc.org
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Chemical Dumping Poses Grave Economic, Health Hazards For Developing Countries: UN

Chemical Dumping Poses Grave Economic, Health Hazards For Developing Countries: UN | Global Business 2012 | Scoop.it
A new U.N. report outlined the harm that improper chemical waste management can have on the health and economy of developing countries.

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International Business Ethics

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We provide the most relevant and accurate information about laws and attorney.

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Overcoming the Technical Talent Management Challenge: APQC Identifies 19 Best ... - MarketWatch (press release)

The missing dynamic the author fails to mention is soft skills. How many absolutely brilliant technical people do you know that have zero soft skills?


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Elissa Tucker's comment, September 14, 2012 9:30 AM
Thanks for the comment. It is interesting because in our secondary research on the technical talent shortage, we definitely heard that employers want technical workers who also have soft skills such as the ability to communicate well and work well in teams and that this combination of technical and soft skills can be hard to find. However, when we studied a group of organizations that excel at recruiting and retaining technical talent, we didn’t hear that they were suffering from a shortage of soft skills among technical workers. The internship programs and university relationships at these organizations help them select technical employees who have a strong mix of both technical and soft skills. Their competency models, “on-the-job” approach to employee development, and leadership development/succession planning programs help them develop and maintain soft skills throughout worker careers and within their existing workforces.
.....................................................................................................
Elissa Tucker, SPHR
Human Capital Management Knowledge Specialist, APQC
+ 1-713-685-4649 - Direct
etucker@apqc.org
www.apqc.org
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What's the Best BPM Certification, Part 2 | The Business Process - Blog

What's the Best BPM Certification, Part 2 | The Business Process - Blog | Global Business 2012 | Scoop.it
Yes, Six Sigma does include lots of great tools and techniques like DMAIC, Value Stream Mapping, and SIPOC Mapping. ...

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