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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Philadelphia’s Women in Technology Summit Inspires

Without a doubt, the world is abuzz with news about technology. Whether it’s a discussion over Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp, or Salesforce’s latest plugin, it’s hard to escape the technology conversation – and that’s a good thing!

Are Adjustable Rate Mortgages Really the Devil?

A few weeks ago, the Wall Street Journal ran an article discussing the return of adjustable rate mortgages, known as ARM’s or, depending on who you talk to, an evil fat cat banker scheme to rob America.  While I jest, questions and concerns about the return of ARM’s are valid, albeit overblown. Adjustable rate mortgages were one component in a market that started over extending itself years before the 2007 housing crash and subsequent great housing recession.

Why Does Succession Planning Go Off the Rails?

This article originally appeared in the March Issue of HR.com’s HR Strategy and Planning Essentials ePublication. 

According to the 13th annual Private Company Governance Survey, administered by the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), 90 percent of respondents, which included 841 private companies in the US, believe that a formal succession planning program enhances the effectiveness of a business. However, fewer than 25 percent of those companies actually have a formal plan in place. Moreover, a quarter of survey respondents admit to having no plan what-so-ever and fifty-two percent claim to have an informal succession plan in place.

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