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How do you reach out to the next generation?

At best, succession is a process that takes place over time. Unfortunately, succession frequently takes the form of “The King/Queen is dead. Long live the King/Queen." That is to say that the responsibility and authority changes hands at the demise of the decision maker. Since the new decision maker rarely has the same degree of institutional power as the previous owner and/or the personal power of the father/mother, he/she is ill prepared. The “subjects” then become anxious. Chaos reigns, and … [Read More...]

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MESH Interactive Agency

Company Spotlight   MESH is a digital marketing, PR and technology agency that creates strategic and innovative brand opportunities that amplify reputation and evolve businesses. We are an agency made up of strategists, creatives and technological whizzes. We influence the growth of … [Read More...]

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Android Web Traffic Distribution: Samsung, LG See Quarter-over-Quarter Gains

Two and a half years after launching its first Kindle Fire tablet, Amazon is expected to unveil its first smartphone on June 18, 2014. Usage statistics point to the company already having made a sizable impact in North America on the strength of its existing tablet offerings, but becoming the market … [Read More...]

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Thomas D. Davidow - www.tdavidow.com

How do you reach out to the next generation?

At best, succession is a process that takes place over time. Unfortunately, succession frequently takes the form of “The King/Queen is dead. Long live the King/Queen." That is to say that the responsibility and authority changes hands at the demise of the decision maker. Since the new decision maker rarely has the same degree of institutional power as the previous owner and/or the personal power … [Read More...]

Wayne Webster

Can You Manage Your Meeting Schedule Without Upsetting Others?

The answer is probably not but you should try nonetheless. In an age when we have instant communication, a 24-hour news cycle, text messaging, smart phones, email and Skype one wonders about the usefulness of meetings. Yet they do still exist, just as paper is still piling up in an age of paperless offices. I have clients and business associates who are in perpetual meetings. When I’m lucky … [Read More...]

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