Monthly Archives: June 2010

Diverse Perspectives Wanted

Have you ever worked at a company where you felt as though everyone was programmed like robots to think the same way? A place where people felt nervous or even intimidated by the thought of looking at a situation or solution in a way that was different from “the way we do things around here”? […]

Fetching coffee? Not in the job description

Hello, my name is William. I am an incoming sophomore at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and this summer I have been working for American Family as an intern in the Human Resources Division. This internship comes as quite a departure from my previous work experience as a lifeguard and I couldn’t be more grateful for the […]

Interviewing Soon? Three things matter.

A recent New York Times column by Roger Cohen included a quote from Accenture’s chief executive, William Green. He said three things matter for managers: “The first is competence — just being good at what you do, whatever it is, and focusing on the job you have, not on the job you think you want […]