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Two Heads Are Now One

April 1, 2004
Kraft has scrapped its unusual two-CEO structure, to no one's surprise. Job-sharing arrangements among corporate chiefs are "always such a wonderful disaster," says one management observer.
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What Goldman Sachs Looks for in Leaders

March 11, 2004
Good leadership, the company says, is built on teamwork and change and grounded in integrity and fairness. A leader must have a clear vision and the communication skills needed to execute.
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What Goldman Sachs Looks for in Leaders

March 11, 2004
Good leadership, the company says, is built on teamwork and change and grounded in integrity and fairness. A leader must have a clear vision and the communication skills needed to execute.
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People Problems on Every Aisle

January 30, 2004
The world's largest retailer is beset by allegations of discrimination, overtime-law violations and turnover that is "spiraling in the wrong direction," to the tune of some 600,000 employees a year. For a company that practices what could be called HR lite, it might be time for a change.
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Theyre Hired Now the Real Recruiting Begins

January 5, 2004
The first 90 to 100 days of an employee’s tenure, often called “re-recruiting,” can be the difference between an employee who stays for a decade and one who’s gone before the year is out. Find out what some companies are doing to ensure a smooth first three months, moves that can result in cost reductions of 66 percent.
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