Weekly Reports

April 20, 2013

Weekly Report 13-17

  • THE IMPACT OF JOBLESSNESS CONTINUES TO “SHRED THE SOCIAL FABRIC OF FAMILIES” IN AMERICA. Over the past couple decades, marriage rates have plummeted and out-of-wedlock births increased (to 53% in Hispanic and 72% in African-American communities) which research studies generally... Continue
  • April 13, 2013

    Weekly Report 13-16

  • A REFRESHER ON GEN Y, workers born after 1980 who have vastly different expectations in and from the workplace. Also known as Millennials, they “represent the most over-supervised generation in history… used to having very supportive relationships across the board…... Continue
  • April 6, 2013

    Weekly Report 13-15

  • THE GHOST OF BUBBLES PAST: “History is repeating itself… as financial products that played a role in the economic crisis are coming back. Banks are back to hawking complex derivatives that magnify bets on corporate debt… and set to resume... Continue
  • March 30, 2013

    Weekly Report 13-14

  • • WHY DO EMERGING & MID-SIZE COMPANIES NEED AN ADVISORY BOARD? Because effective strategy is the single most important factor in business success and, no matter how knowledgeable or capable a company’s owners/managers may be, strategic decisions are always optimized from... Continue
  • March 23, 2013

    Weekly Report 13-13

  • IS YOUR EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE REVIEW PROCESS EFFECTIVE ENOUGH TO JUSTIFY THE TIME SPENT? In many companies which still utilize a check-the-box process, delivering results along with compensation changes through managers untrained in objectives or communication, “sentiment is growing that formal... Continue