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Everyone is a critic. And now, with sites such as TripAdvisor, everyone can be a restaurant or hotel critic. This turn of events can be a boon for a high quality business. Professional critics visit places rarely, usually only once. … Continue reading

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An essential part of empowerment at work is simply having access to necessary resources. Some work requires access to the right equipment and other work requires access to the right space. But in an information/service economy a lot of work … Continue reading

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