Practice news March 2009

Practice Management

Client relationships: A growing generation gap?

By Phyllis Weiss HaserotThis is part of a series of regular columns by generational expert and internationally known consultant, coach, writer, and speaker Phyllis Weiss Haserot on intergenerational relations and navigating the challenges of the multi-generational workplace for better productivity, retention, succession planning, and business development results.
Practice Management

Checklist for international telecommuting

A preeminent professor of international employment law, Belgium's Roger Blanpain, recently said that, "We live in an information society, driven by knowledge in action.... [Services] can be provided via the information highways from anywhere, even from the other side of the globe.... We are in a New World.
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Mutual mentoring across the generations

By Phyllis Weiss HaserotThis is the seventh in a series of regular columns by generational expert and internationally known consultant, coach, writer, and speaker Phyllis Weiss Haserot on intergenerational relations and navigating the challenges of the multi-generational workplace for better productivity, retention, succession planning, and business development results.
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Book review: Most fascinating book of 2008: Bad Medicine

By Ron BakerBy far the most interesting book I read this year is Bad Medicine: Doctors Doing Harm Since Hippocrates, by David Wootton.Wootton is a historian at the University of York. He's no medical profession basher, thanking modern medicine for saving his life and also admitting his daughter is a doctor.

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