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Invest In Ourselves!

There’s no sense in denying it, these are difficult times economically. Unemployment is stubbornly high, our fractious government can’t seem to agree on how to address our economic troubles, the global economy is in peril, and every day brings more dispiriting news. Some argue that large companies, sitting on huge stockpiles of cash, will be the answer once consumer demand rebounds but how will it rebound with so many people unemployed and with wages for the employed stagnant or receding?…


Posted on August 12, 2011 at 1:53pm

It's About Jobs

I live in Washington, DC so it’s easy to make things political. This town manages to do that with nearly everything. But this is not really about politics even though it may require politicians to truly have an impact. This is about jobs and the crisis that confronts us. A few points to consider:


  • This might take a while. Typically in the past the US economy would return to a normal employment outlook six months after a recession, but the McKinsey Global Institute…

Posted on July 22, 2011 at 11:43am — 7 Comments

Help Our Veterans

On the occasion of a wonderful long weekend dedicated to family, food, and fun it’s imperative to remember what this holiday celebrates. Over the course of generations, Americans have sacrificed their youth, their bodies, and all too often their lives to protect our nation and its citizens. To pay homage to these incredible sacrifices is the very least each of us can offer, but it is even better to try to repay these brave patriots with something more tangible. For those of us involved in…


Posted on May 27, 2011 at 2:47pm — 2 Comments

Work It Like You Own It

Work It Like You Own It

There are times when all of us can get stuck in rote practices. Often we’ve had success doing something in a particular way, sometimes even repeated success, and it forges a belief that the same approach will continue to be successful. At those moments, once critical analysis indicates there is stagnation, it helps to approach the situation by thinking about how you might do things differently if you owned the business. If you’re already…


Posted on April 22, 2011 at 3:21pm

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At 9:49am on July 25, 2011, Patrick Brown said…
Doug, thanks for the connection.  I look forward to sharing information and ideas with you.
At 7:56am on July 25, 2011, Stuart Mease said…
Doug, thanks for your interest in connecting... tell me more about how you use this network since I am new to it...thanks
At 6:59pm on July 24, 2011, Bob said…



Thanks for the add.  As you may have seen I am up in Annapolis recruiting medical and dental professionals for the US Navy.  Although I've been working in HR related fields for a while, this is my first time doing recruiting so I'm always up for tips or advice.

At 11:03am on May 27, 2011, Mike Ososki said…
Thanks for reaching out, Doug!
At 8:21am on March 10, 2011, Dr Simon Harding said…
thanks for connecting


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