Marc Jampole writes in the Pittsburgh Business Times about what a company must do "When a CEO goes down."
Two tidbits about Gen Y. Elizabeth Sanders writes in the Business Journal of Milwaukee about how Deloitte & Touche is appealing to the Gen Y need to make a difference to the world. And the Life of Learning blog (I can't find an author's name on the site yet - if you know who writes it, please let me know) presents data on Gen Y and some thoughts on how companies can attract and retain them.
Anna Farmery intrigued me with two posts this week. First she tells us about a lovely email she received from Christine Kane - a great way to confirm Anna's subscription to Christine's newsletter. Next, she recounts her tale of a boss that always showed up late for meetings, thereby telegraphing his lack of concern for other people's time.
An email announced an upcoming free American Management Association webcast entitled "Rebuilding Brand America." The webcast will feature a discussion about how businesses can rebuild America's reputation and improve their overseas sales.
Finally, check out Stuart Baker's wonderful blog about servant leadership.