Oct. 16, 2013
The Wall Street Journal’s article “Administrators Believe Lower Sticker Prices Will Attract More Students” (Oct. 11, 2013) is a very good example of how, despite the best of intent, administrators in higher education continue to treat symptoms rather than seek to eradicate the underlying core problems that have resulted in out-of-control sticker prices.
September 23, 2013
An acquaintance recently remarked that her son, a student at a prestigious Midwest college prep high school, received a surprising solicitation in this first month of his junior year, from an equally prestigious West Coast university. The offer was, basically, to help him enroll early in college by skipping his senior year of high school.
August 20, 2013
Enhancing the effectiveness of a company’s sales force can have a dramatic impact on revenues and margins. That’s why I’m excited about joining my colleague, Garrett Sheridan, at an event titled: “Aligning Sales Compensation to Drive Growth” sponsored by the Northern Virginia Society for Human Resource Management (NOVA SHRM).
Here are the details:
By Dave Kuhlman
June 6, 2013
With a new crop of graduates coming over the horizon it’s a particularly good time for professional service firms to think in earnest about talent flow – the manufacturing of a pool of experienced, skilled professionals at every level.
May 28, 2013
What’s the best approach for convincing senior leadership to endorse technology investments in HR? How can you get the rest of the HR team to embrace technology-driven change, particularly when it might mean major changes to the way the team is organized and operates? And once new systems are in place, how can you tell the technology is having an impact?