Great and useful post distinguishing among terms often used in the same paragraph, sometimes the same sentence, and in the most egregious cases, as adjacent adjectives in a description. As Post Agilist points out – they’re not the same, and they don’t reinforce the same idea.
Day to day – we focus on meeting obligations, getting things done. But sometimes – we are surprised, startled, frightened. Our minds race through possibilities,
Photo: Jim Reed, Scientific American, http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/compound-eye/2011/08/26/interview-photographer-jim-reed-on-hurricane-irene-and-storm-chasing/ A CLIENT RECENTLY described to me the threat of pending retirements among his organization’s aging workforce as a “silver
Some of the most powerful tools and levers available to a leader seeking to shift organizational performance lie in changes s/he can initiate to the
The New York Division of Retirement Services (DRS) supports and operates one of the largest pension and benefits programs in the nation, with millions of