Category Archives: Talent Readiness

Who is More Ethical Boomers or Millenials?

by Tom Casey, Managing Principal Discussion Partner Collaborative & Deb Hicks Chief Human Resources Officer Dana Farber Cancer Institute There are many philosophical quandaries that are challenging to understand: What is the sound of one hand clapping? If a tree … Continue reading

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The Emerging Mental Model of the Boomer Executive

by Tom Casey, Managing Principal Discussion Partner Collaborative & Tobey Choate, Managing Principal Next Generation Advisory Services  Paul McCartney turned 70 last week.   Although his birthday was not celebrated as a National Holiday, for those of us old enough to … Continue reading

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Global Office Deployment – Outline for a Facilities /IT Partnership

by Michael Casey PMP OVERVIEW Global companies are increasing recognizing the need to maintainand improve offices globally on an ongoing basis. Successful global office deployment programs exhibit consistent business management features – central authorization and design, consistent engagement of “in-country” … Continue reading

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Are Leaders Smarter Than Dogs?

by Thomas Casey, Managing Principal Anyone who is from the US has heard the adage “the dog is barking up the wrong tree”? The luckless dog is presuming that there is a cat in the tree, deserving of their attention.  … Continue reading

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Avoid Having to State “It Could be Me”

by Thomas Casey, Managing Principal One pundit stated recently that blogs are “drivel with punctuation”. As many blogs are written by consultants it is often our sector that struggles with making salient points in a compelling way. The rule of … Continue reading

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Board or Bored?

by Thomas Casey, Managing Principal As Baby Boomers contemplate retirement there is the inevitable question being contemplated-“what do I do next”? A recent CNBC segment referred to 2012 retirement planning as the “no huddle offense”.  Essentially there is a need … Continue reading

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The Contradiction between Aging and Clueless

by Thomas Casey, Managing Principal As the recession dissipates and the need for experienced talent resumes, there are two demographic issues that will need to be addressed. The Need to Embrace the Contribution of the Older Worker A recent Wall … Continue reading

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