The more things change, the more they seem to stay the same. About 10 years ago, I wrote in my book Building Trust at the Speed of Change that: “We…find ourselves at the mercy of forces beyond our control… we have lost a sense of community. We now live in a virtual workspace where relationships […]
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If you have moved from one organization to another anytime in your career, you know that every company has its own unique culture. Culture is defined as the beliefs, values, norms, and attitudes that form a group’s patterns of thought and action. Put another way, culture can be thought of as “unwritten rules about the […]
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When did taking the easy way out become the way to do business? Or to boost the economy, build communities, improve our schools, raise our kids and solve our problems? When did we decide that being a leader was a cushy job?
By Kae Rader The phenomenon of remote working, that is, working outside an organization’s office or workspace, is here to stay and on the rise, presenting new leadership and management challenges. Nearly 14 million U.S. full-time workers performed their jobs remotely almost every day in 2008, according to global human resources firm WorldatWork. The total […]
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Colorado businesses seeking a voice in state policymaking have relied on the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry to advocate for their interests for more than four decades. As the statewide chamber of commerce, CACI champions a healthy business climate.<br> CACI serves as an umbrella organization for the state’s business community because its nearly 500 members include not only individual businesses but trade associations, local chambers of commerce and local economic development organizations.
Since then, the area has continued to attract artists lured by the natural beauty of Pikes Peak and the brilliant sunshine abundant year-round. At the turn of the century, inspired by a trip to the summit of the Peak, Katherine Lee Bates penned what has become our country&rsquo;s most famous poem and song, &ldquo;America the Beautiful.&rdquo;