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By Andy Spinks, Owner of Thoughtsand Executive IT Consulting & GigX Charter Member
A “commuter” is defined as a person who travels to work over an appreciable distance, often from the suburbs to the centre of a city.
I stopped commuting to the office every day about 10 years ago. It was mainly because I was having more and more early morning meetings (sometimes as early as 4:30 a.… Read
By Chuck Lee, Co-founder of GigX
Are you fishing or catching?
Ask any number of fishermen what the secret is to catching fish, and you will receive a diverse range of answers. They probably start with, “Well, it depends…”
That’s because being successful in bringing in fish requires having a constant eye out for change. A return trip out to a favorite spot that once produced a record… Read
By Bill Ellermeyer, Executive Career Strategist, Ellermeyer Connect
The iconic CEO of GE, Jack Welch, once advised: “Change before you have to.”
No Gold Watch
The way we work today is different from the way our parents worked. Seldom do we hear of someone retiring after 30-40 years with the same company and getting presented with a gold watch. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of… Read
I attended a business conference in the mid '90s whose keynote speaker was Roberto Goizueta, the Chairman and CEO of the Coca-Cola Company. At that time, Goizueta was a rock star, having built the company into one of the most celebrated global brands with unprecedented shareholder value.
As he approached the podium, Goizueta reached into his pocket. The video zoomed in as he held out… Read