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Published By: Senn Delaney     Published Date: Mar 10, 2009
Senn Delaney President and CEO Jim Hart shares surprising results of a Thriving Global Leadership Study of thousands of leaders across 60 industries and 50 countries. The survey discovered a dramatic difference between those who are facing these times of crisis with what is defined as a high-thriving state of mind and those with a lower-thriving state of mind.
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senn delaney, state of mind, high thriving, measurement, customer focused, brand management, customer-centric, employee management, employee engagement
    
Senn Delaney
Published By: Oracle HCM Cloud     Published Date: May 25, 2017
The higher education industry is facing a period of unprecedented change and disruption, driven by globalization, changing demographics, evolving workforce needs and more. According to Ovum, thriving, or even just surviving, will depend on how well institutions navigate these forces with new strategies and cloud innovation. Learn how to plot a path to cloud without compromise.
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Published By: Comcast Business     Published Date: Mar 24, 2015
The restaurant and bar industry is highly competitive, and many owners of these establishments struggle every day just to stay in business. In fact, approximately 40 restaurants and bars go out of business each day in the U.S. According to celebrity chef, restaurateur, and entrepreneur Robert Irvine, “Part of the problem is that they don’t have the systems and processes in place to track the key aspects of their business – not only their costs and their revenue, but what items sell the best (and by how much), what items are most profitable, who are the most productive employees, and so on.” The use of technology tools and the Internet – driven by a high-speed network connection that supports owners, staff and guests – can be the key to evolving a restaurant or bar from a struggling survivor to a thriving, successful business. Download this white paper to learn more.
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hospitality, business, restaurant industry, network connection, networking, it management, wireless
    
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