Monthly Archives: July 2009

Corporate Websites for Recruiting #1

There have been several stories recently about corporations using their own Web site for recruiting and relying less and less on recruiters and job boards, e.g., ERE.net, July 16, 2009: Using Career Sites To Create A Positive Candidate Experience and … Continue reading

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Welcome: an introduction to this site

All of the posts on this blog are in chronological order except this introduction. The most recent post is the next one down. New material has been added in response to events and experiences as they happen. Some material that … Continue reading

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We Work in The White Space of Organizations

We work in the white space of organizations to solve management problems The white spaces of organizations occur on organization charts between internal departments, in contractual ambiguity and regulatory complexity. They are places where functional misunderstandings occur, communication falters, roles … Continue reading

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Speeches, Webinars and Publications

I have been a featured speaker and panel participant in a number of different speaking environments. Particularly effective in explaining ideas and concepts and providing a business context for the discussion of legal issues. Speeches: Explaining Ideas and Concepts Client … Continue reading

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The King and The Woodcutter

An Executive Parable for Network Security A chain is only as strong as its weakest link; we all know that. But, today’s networks are not linear like chains; they are linked with multiple paths. If there is a flaw along … Continue reading

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Planning for a bank merger

Attached is a presentation prepared as part of a planning exercise for a possible acquisition and merger of two similarly sized banks. The purpose was to provide structure for the planning process.

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Naming a company: Lyon, Popanz & Forester

My consulting company is named Lyon, Popanz & Forester. The why’s and results are presented here. Some good ideas, lessons learned and a bit of fun.

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