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What Makes Companies Well-loved

April 1, 1998
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The three key corporate traits employees identify as qualities that make their companies great are Inspiring Leadership, Sense of Purpose and Knockout Facilities. How well does your company perform in these areas?
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Lead With Heart

February 1, 1998
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Years ago, the business world defined leadership and management as a mechanical process—a science, rather than an art. Now, as science moves into more ethereal dimensions, so does leadership.
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1998 Financial Impact Optimas Award Profile Trident Precision Manufacturing Inc.

February 1, 1998
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By focusing on employees first, management at Trident saw the product get better. That change resulted in improved quality (no more “We make it nice because we make it twice”), quadruple the annual revenue, and reduced turnover.
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Passion Should Guide HR Management

February 1, 1998
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Workforce talked with Cara Jane Finn, vice president of employee services for Remedy Corp., about HR.
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HR's Possibilities Are Endless and Exciting

February 1, 1998
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Workforce talked with Chuck Nielson, vice president of HR for Texas Instruments, about the human resources function.
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Ten Award Winning Ideas for 1998

February 1, 1998
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From Texas Instruments, Remedy Corp., Trident Precision Manufacturing Inc., Royal Dutch/Shell Group, The Pillsbury Company, Office of Personnel Management-U.S. Federal Government, New York Metropolitan Transit Authority, City of Phoenix, Owens-Corning and Polaroid Corp.
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1998 General Excellence Optimas Award Profile Texas Instruments

February 1, 1998
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HR is front and center at the company’s strategic table. That role is sustained through employee development efforts, succession planning, effective recruiting, and a landmark code of ethics. It’s not surprising, therefore, that HR issues are often among the company’s three business priorities each year.
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The Quality Journey Is Worth the Trouble

February 1, 1998
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Workforce talked with Joe Miran, vice president of operations with responsibility for HR at Trident Precision Manufacturing Inc.
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OptimasTen Award Winning Ideas for 1998

February 1, 1998
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From Texas Instruments, Remedy Corp., Trident Precision Manufacturing Inc., Royal Dutch/Shell Group, The Pillsbury Company, Office of Personnel Management-U.S. Federal Government, New York Metropolitan Transit Authority, City of Phoenix, Owens-Corning and Polaroid Corp.
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The Future Calls for Change

January 1, 1998
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Book editor and Workforce study panelist Dave Ulrich draws conclusions about what is known and unknown about the future of HR. The questions he raises provide insight for strategy building.
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