A Generation Poised to Change the Workplace

As Baby Boomers retire and immigration to the U.S. continues to grow, Millennials—those born between 1982 and 2003—are expected to make up 75 percent of the American workforce by 2025, according to a report by the Brookings Institution. That’s right. That needy,...

Why Culture is the Key

I recently had the opportunity to speak with a group of business students at The College of New Jersey. During the Q&A session an attendee brought up the phrase culture eats strategy for lunch for discussion. Originally attributed to the late management guru Peter...

U.S. 1 Newspaper – Survival Guide 2015

Why Employees Count More than Customers … as he recounts in his just published corporate biography, “Through the Fires,” his path to CEO’s office was lined with considerable challenges. When Carr started his company, he operated out of his house, and his mother...

Can’t Buy Me Love

When a competitor dangles a big raise, is it foolish to let loyalty to the current employer stop you from jumping ship? In the marketplace, money is the true measure, and you’re naïve if you think otherwise, right? A wonderful young woman named Frances faced this...