Weekly Reports May 2017

May 31, 2017

Weekly Report 17-23

  •  ROBOT-TO-WORKER RATIOS ARE RISING RAPIDLY. In Korea nearly 5:1, Japan & Germany close to 3:1, America now over 1.6:1.  Percentage of jobs at risk in U.S. cities include 54% in Fresno, 49% in Las Vegas, 47% in Los Angeles, nearing... Continue
  • May 25, 2017

    Weekly Report 17-22

  • GENERATION ‘Z’ ARE NOW GRADUATING COLLEGE AND ENTERING THE WORKFORCE with different personality, expectations and demands, based on national surveys. “Unlike Millennials, who were mostly raised during times of relative prosperity, Gen Z were largely raised during a global recession... Continue
  • May 18, 2017

    Weekly Report 17-21

  • ‘REVERSE DELEGATION’ IS AMONG THE GREATEST NEMESIS OF MANAGEMENT EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS. It involves ‘taking back’ a delegated assignment when employees are stuck, or redoing it yourself when not up to your expectations. These actions not only waste your own... Continue
  • May 11, 2017

    Weekly Report 17-20

  • IDENTITY THEFT IS GROWING MASSIVELY by “hackers and cyber-thieves who are hell-bent on penetrating and staling your financial or personal records in an effort to profit from that data… and the truth is that it’s highly unlikely that anyone, whether... Continue
  • May 5, 2017

    Weekly Report 17-19

  • REALISTIC LONG-TERM PLANNING BEGINS WITH ‘GOAL SETTING’ based on three critical factors: (1) Specificity; (2) Reality-based achievability; and (3) Measurability – which means “defining what constitutes completion or achievement (i.e. assessment measures like quantity, quality, money spent or saved), and... Continue