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  • Where Netflix Went Wrong: Corporate Communications

    The good folks at Netflix recently announced a huge price hike for their customers, as they separate their DVD and streaming businesses into distinct product offerings.  If you look at the comments on the blog post where they made the announcement, you will see that the vast majority of comments fall into two categories: This no longer ...
    Posted to Talking Out Loud with ASB (Weblog) by Logik! on July 13, 2011
  • The Job Hunting Conundrum

    Based on a number of surveys taken since the recent economic downturn began, it would appear that there is a fairly substantial disconnect between how employers and employees view the job market and the joys of employment. Within the past two years, many business owners and leaders have made decisions to control their organizations costs in ways ...
    Posted to Talking Out Loud with ASB (Weblog) by Logik! on May 3, 2010
  • Recruiting Is Just Another Form of Sales

    There used to be a time when most IT recruiters were pretty capable and diligent about their craft.  Many of them had come from the IT ranks themselves, and understood the technology enough to be able to get good job requirements from employers.  They were also good enough to determine whether or not an item on a resume indicated mere ...
    Posted to Talking Out Loud with ASB (Weblog) by Logik! on October 17, 2009
  • Economic Recovery Is In Corporate Hands

    Everyone wants to see the economy recover, and they’re suggesting all sorts of ways that it can get back on track.  As I read the following article from MSN about the fizzled stock market rally, it occurred to me that there are two key points about an economic recovery, particularly in the USA. The actual state of the economy is largely ...
    Posted to Talking Out Loud with ASB (Weblog) by Logik! on September 10, 2009
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