Archive | May, 2010

Why Do You Work Where You Work?

28 May 2010

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Someone recently asked Robert Scoble if he would continue working at his current employer, Rackspace, if he won the lottery. His gut answer was ‘Yes’, though he didn’t know why until he saw this video from Dan Pink: I wrote a lot more about this including notes on the subject on my ConnectedWell blog, but […]

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Marketing Specialist – Localization Project Manager

26 May 2010

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Company Name: Novell Location (City, State): Provo, Utah 84606 (Salt Lake City Metro) Novell is immediately seeking a Localization Project Manager to join their Provo, Utah based Corporate Marketing team. The Localization Project Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating the localization and delivery of marketing materials for worldwide consumption. Responsibilities will also include building […]

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YES! Your Resume’s File Name DOES Matter

26 May 2010

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Resumes are digital now. That’s good for everybody–easy to share, easy to search, easy to save, easy on the trees.  It’s all good. But in an attempt for job seekers to keep their resume files organized, people are forgetting that other people read not only the content, but the file name you give your sweet […]

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Senior Software Project Manager UT051910

20 May 2010

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Company Name: Accent Business Services Location (City, State): Salt Lake City, Utah Project manager needed to support software implementation projects. Requires strong understanding of software implementation project lifecycle, process analysis, software configuration and data migration. The project manager will be responsible for hands-on management of several simultaneous implementations. Responsibilities: • Work with management team to […]

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BTW, Txting in Mtgs is Rude

17 May 2010

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(From Lifehacker and NYTimes) Solution? Have breaks during your meetings (or, you’re really not as important as you think you are) A professor of business surveyed more than 9,000 managers and workers and found a familiar paradox: nearly everyone considers email checking and texting during face-to-face meetings rude, but most people still do it But, […]

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