Category Archives for "Cube Rules Commentary"

Apr 13

Old methods will do harm

By Scot Herrick | Cube Rules Commentary

Cubicle Warriors know that to sit still is to put yourself into a vulnerable position in your career. But, I don’t think I’ve ever thought through continuing to use previous methods to solve problems in the workplace. Over at The Recruiting Edge, Jim Stroud says that using the old methods will, in fact, do harm. […]

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Feb 08

Do You Hate Your Job?

By Scot Herrick | Cube Rules Commentary

A long time ago, MSNBC ran an article called Do You Hate Your Job? It’s an interesting article in that they offered a few things to do if you, in fact, hated your job. A quick summary of their suggestions: Move to a more acceptable job within the company. Suggest a better schedule to your […]

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Jan 10

Passion and Pay

By Scot Herrick | Cube Rules Commentary

I was surfing other blogs, reading about business. I subscribe to over 100 blogs, not all business, but am always on the lookout for something interesting to read. And to learn. Over on Slacker Manager last week, there was this interesting post written by Kareem as part of “guest blogging day” where anyone registered could […]

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