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Tuesday, March 1, 2011 -- Published 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. Next issue March 15th.

Building a High-Performance Organization: Results from ChainLink’s 2011 Business Priorities Survey - Part Two

By Bill McBeath                                        Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Survey respondents told us that better communications and education are some of the ways they expect to deal with their top personnel concerns. We also look at what they said about their 2011 budgets. The findings are encouraging, but with caveats. [Read: Building High-Performance Organization: Results from ChainLink's 2011 Bus. Priorities Survey Pt2]

Collaboration vs. Transactions
By Ann Grackin                                                                                     Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Lessons from eBay, Facebook, LinkedIn and other Social Networks - What traditional business management can learn from Social Networks. [Read: Collaboration vs. Transactions]

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Webinar Recording: 2011 Business Priorities Strategies: Results from ChainLink's 2011 Business Priorities Survey

RFID - Users Want Solutions - Part One
When RFID is not a technology, but a Solution.
Tuesday, March 1, 2011   -   Read: RFID - Users Want Solutions Pt1

How to Achieve a Productive Demand Chain
Listen to this insightful panel discussion of CMO Leadership strategies from top Marketers.
February 24, 2011   -   How to Achieve a Productive Demand Chain

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