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This is a guest contribution from Pooja Lohana.
Let’s face it. Your readers are selfish.
The moment they land on your blog, they look for “what’s in it for me?”.
And that’s not such a bad thing after all.
Knowledge is power. Once you know what they are looking for, you can serve it to them.
At the time of writing this, there are 152,000,000 blogs on the Net. That means every half a second, a new blog is created somewhere in the world.
It’s getting harder and harder to be found in the blogosphere and this is not changing in the future.
If you’re passionate about your topic, perha [...]
In November 1956, Time magazine explored a phenomenon that went by various names: “capitalism with a conscience,” “enlightened conservatism,” “people’s capitalism,” and, most popularly, “The New Conservatism.”
No matter which label one preferred, the basic concept was clear: Business leaders were demonstrating an ever increasing willingness, in the words of the story, to “shoulder a host of new responsibilities” and “judge their actions, not only from the standpoint of profit and loss” in their financial results “but of profit and loss to the community.”
I decide [...]
Flip through issues of Harvard Business Review from the 1950s or 1960s, and you’ll see a steady drumbeat of articles on labor relations. But search Google today, and our top hit on unions is from 20 years ago — John Hoerr’s still-interesting “What Should Unions Do?“
America’s public sector has also found new issues to focus on – as Roger Martin has persuasively argued, Democrats now care about the interests of shareholders and investors, and Republicans about top-tier talent.
So I called up Lowell Turner, professor of International and Comparative Labor and Dir [...]
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