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Caution! Innovator Crossing

Are You Indispensable at Work? In a time of economic disruption, unprecedented downsizings, budgetary cutbacks and the constant pressure to outsource more and more routine functions (and the employees who perform them), advice on professional survival always seems to convey the same tired message: Be visible. Don’t make enemies. Brown nose the boss. And work even harder. In reality, you ...

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Will Linkedin push employers' hiring button?

Hidden Significance of LinkedIn’s ‘Apply’ button by Rocco Tarasi There’s something big about LinkedIn’s recent news that no one is talking about yet. According to a report, LinkedIn is expected to announce their “Apply with LinkedIn” button (via GigaOM).  It enables companies to place a button on their websites and online job postings so that applicants can apply by submitting ...

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Job Hunting in a Social Media World

Are You Keeping Up? by Holly G. Green A colleague sent me an interesting report the other day – 125 Linked-In Job Search Tips. It’s a great read that got me thinking about how much things have changed in the employment landscape since I started my career. It also reminded me of how critical it is to keep up to ...

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Trabajo – Director de Innovacion – Coca Cola – Costa Rica

Exclusive Job Posting The Coca-Cola Company has an exciting opportunity for an Innovation Director to join our team in San Jose, Costa Rica. This position stewards the innovation process of the Latin Center Business Unit ensuring that it responds to our growth needs. Working with different areas of the business (marketing, technical, HR, etc.), the position supports the growth of ...

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Outsourcing Innovation

Over the last 20 years or so, as global barriers fell and telecommunications and information infrastructure increased, it has become easier and cheaper to outsource some functions. In the US this started with NAFTA for manufacturing and then moved to Taiwan and to mainland China. For services it started in the nineties as many firms moved high overhead operations like ...

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