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More of the same changes in 2005

Its a new year and a new beginning for executives, workers and community economic developers. What key trends will shape their agendas in 2005? Heres my take on the issues that are near and dear to my research and consulting work.

GROWTH AND INNOVATION MAKE A COMEBACK: Cost-cutting isnt going away but companies will be increasing their attention on finding ways to grow and innovate, albei......

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TURNOVER RETURNS: Look for the U.S. labor market to continue its slow recovery. There are some signs pointing to a pickup in the pace of turnover and new hiring this year. Productivity gains slowed toward the end of 2004. This suggests that companies have wrung out just about all they can from existing workers. Many of those remaining will be tougher to replace via outsourcing o......

Full article >>> Many want socially responsible, people-centered and sustainable workplaces. The rhetoric of corporate America about the importance of human capital sounds good. Conversations with individual executives leave one feeling that many 'get' it. Yet old behaviors die hard.

SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES RULE: SMEs are where the action will continue to be in the economy both nationally and locall......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 01/24/05


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