Thank You to those that Inspired Me in 2007

I want to reflect in my last post of 2007. I want to thank the writers that inspired me to opine and post. I made a list of my posts that have a contribution from other writers. Please check out their writings (my post is the top one and then the article and the author is underneath).

Cherished
Times

Cloud
Computing or Chip Advancements?

Challenge
the US Middle Class

Too
Much Emphasis on Tests?

Bonuses,
Wall St, and Main St

Accepting
Unconventional Risk

Dyslexia
and Entrepreneurs

Economic
Pessimism

It’s
Not a Recession, But It Sure Feels Like It – Stats

It’s
Not a Recession, But It Sure Feels Like It

Organizational
Leadership – Empowering Your Experts

Happiness
is Relative?

Business
Ethics Extremes

 Cloud
Computing and IBM

Next
Generation CEO

Age and
Risk

What
is Business Success?

Big Prizes

Peanut
Butter and Pasta

Does
College have a Future?

Baseball
is Duped by Warning Track Power

Qualities
of High Earners

Are
Indian Companies Expanding Too Quickly? Part 2

9/11
and its Real Impact on the Economy

Task
Accomplished: Efficiency and Productivity

Business
Talk

Are
Indian Companies Expanding Too Quickly?

The
Next Management Stars: Divergence Generation

Paul
Krugman: The Conscience of a Liberal

Metrics
Equal Accountability?

Type of
Genius

Reaching
People Creatively

Business
2.0 Loses to Business 1.0

Productivity
Pays – The CEO

Migrant
Workers and the State Department

At
What Point Does It Stop Being Education?

Tipping
Point Leadership

  • Tipping
    Point Leadership” by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne. Much of the Harvard
    Business Review article can be found in the book Blue Ocean Strategy

A
New Effort to Crack Down on Illegal Immigrants

PowerPoint
Manipulation

Using
Fables

US
Government Hiring?

  • Anne
    Fisher

Top
Earning Towns

Self-Determination
Theory

When
Discipline gets in the way

Just-In-Time
Employees?

A
Matter that Caught My Attention

  • Megatrends 2010: The
    Rise of Conscious Capitalism
    by
    Patricia
    Aburdene

About benleeson
My name is Ben Leeson. I currently work for a large financial company in IT. I went to school at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. I graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration concentrating in HR. Professor William Brown taught me and I enjoyed his classes; even acquiring an appreciation for just about all things HR. I didn’t pursue a job in that field after college but I’ve kept up with it. This blog will further my fascination with all things HR. I hope to grow my knowledge of the area through thoughtful writings and spirited feedback. I will attempt to have a fairly routine style so anyone reading can come to expect certain segments. Please excuse my incorrect grammar and occasional misspelling.

One Response to Thank You to those that Inspired Me in 2007

  1. Fascinating mix of interests here. Just want to let you know that Dan Pink will be my guest on Living Hero towards the end of February. Just enter your email in the subscription box on http://livinghero.com to receive an email when the Podcast is broadcast. I’m writing to you and others in advance to give you a chance to participate in the formation of the interview questions. Just type your question into the question box widget on the right column of the page. Also, to see recent blog posts, just click into the recent posts question in the right side column. Once the Podcast is posted, comments can be added at the bottom of the podcast post. I look forward to a highly generative ongoing conversation and I do hope you’ll be part of it! Please spread the word! My very best, Jari Chevalier

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