Tag Archives: future of work

What we learned after age thirty, the third post.

The list now has a life of its’ own. People from as far away as Bangalore and Costa Rica have come forward with their additions to the list we posted of important things we learned about life after we turned … Continue reading

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OracleWorld and another week of what we learned after we were done being young.

OracleWorld took on a Vegas tone, with a bit of Americas Cup fervor and disfavor pulsing through the partying crowd.  Serious work groups clustered around laptops and project docs =, ignoring the party atmosphere. So, in other words, about the … Continue reading

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A fun part of the SJN continuing series

A fun part of the SJN continuing series of items on what we knew before today’s young CEOs were out of 1st grade http://ow.ly/ovWQL

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Is age a curse?

Recently Andrew Ross, at SFGate, ran a thorough and enlightening piece about age and how it is perceived, and importantly, impacts hiring, at firms like Facebook, in Silicon Valley. Here is the quote that kept me from scanning the article … Continue reading

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What a difference a week makes

Last week we spent a lot of time talking with the folks at the Association Meeting and the many things they are doing right when putting on an annual meeting with genuine benefits for attendees of all types. This week … Continue reading

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Outsourcing your own job: an extreme measure, a true story, and a whole lot of wasted time.

SJN Sales provides outsourced sales services to technology companies. In general, we think outsourcing some functions makes fantastic sense, and many SJN reviews of client results and industry studies agree. We get a bit tired of hearing the myth that … Continue reading

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HR Technology Conference – It’s about the cloud

First, a small confession: in years past I have not always looked forward to being one of the SJN staffers assigned to attend HR conferences. Compared to RSA, TechCrunch, InternetWorld (you do all remember InternetWorld, right?), HIMMS, the HR meetings … Continue reading

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