Monthly Archives: January 2007

Jan 25

Infomania Hits Cubicle Warriors

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

No surprise to all of our Cubicle Warriors out there: interruptions constitute “28 percent” of a knowledge workers day, according to people attending a two-day workshop held here in Seattle on the Microsoft campus. The main causes of distraction: technology. Instant messaging, checking e-mail, Outlook reminders, and hand-held devices all make information instantly available. Add […]

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Jan 12

Microloans Rock!

By Scot Herrick | Personal Finance

It is January and we’re all hit with the end of the year, performance reviews, maybe a year-end bonus, new goals for 2007…there are a lot of endings and startups this time of the year. One of the things that I want to do different this year is to figure out a better way of […]

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Jan 02

Cubicle Warrior – Networking

By Scot Herrick | Business Networking

Who do you know? Probably quite a few more people than you think. In a work environment where companies ruthlessly downsize to minimize costs, constantly move people to positions so organizational charts line up regardless of skills, and talk about people development but often don’t, your ability to network will make a critical difference in […]

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