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Citigroup; here’s (yet) another shared leadership opportunity…

I’ve been hearing for the last year or so that Citi is closing their Blue Ash IT/development site, born as the Citi/IT/future in late 2006.  Where did I hear this?  Many places.  First this is not a scandal.  This is … Continue reading

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Hey Citigroup; just give me the damn ball! (part two!)

This is my second post to Citigroup and I will keep shouting from the rooftops until we see real changes, positive growth, real ROI for shareholders or until the world ends; whichever comes first. Old habits die hard so unless … Continue reading

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Corporate cleaning needed (again) but not from within…..

Have you ever been sucked into “job actions” at work?  Layoffs, downsizing, consolidation,  re-organizing, offshoring, outsourcing?  We can be real creative how we label it, but these are “job actions”; actions on the job to reduce headcount and expenses. Now I … Continue reading

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Center of Excellence, Best Practices and Subject Matter Experts…

These are three terms used way too frequently by us (the workforce) in the corporate workplace today.  I’m OK with the idea, the theory and the reasoning behind these 3 terms (born of this new Millennium) but not the way … Continue reading

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Febuary post; Resources, co-workers, teammates and partners….

This is a good one so PLEASE read, take the appropiate action and also communicate back to me your views  regarding the content.  Really, the above title should be Resources (or co-workers) vs. teammates (or partners), but I didn’t want to give … Continue reading

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January post follow up; So what did my company say?

As a refresh, I suggest you read my original January post titled, “Why are the 99% protesting”.  At the end of that post I mention how easy it is (for the 1%) to talk the talk but not that easy … Continue reading

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November post; Charlie; you and your team are PIGS!

Thanks!  Coming from you this means a lot to us all! Of course we’re speaking in agile terms of “pigs and chickens” In the context of ham and eggs, the pig is (well) very much committed to the dish while … Continue reading

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