Monthly Archives: April 2012

Economic Development in Ohio

CALMC had its second breakfast membership meeting for 2012 last Wednesday.  About 25 – 30 people attended the meeting to hear about the new economic development efforts in Ohio.  The audience consisted of local government representatives, local area business people, … Continue reading

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Job Creation in Ohio – CALMC Membership Meeting

This week, CALMC will host our Spring membership meeting. In addition to the opportunity to meet and network with other CALMC members and guests, our program will feature presentations on job creation and preservation in Ohio. Karen Conrad from the … Continue reading

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Individuality in Teams

Recently I posted on Facebook and LinkedIn a link to an article about individuality in teams. Apparently the author is concerned individuals are lost on teams but that’s quite the contrary. Individuals are very much needed on a team – … Continue reading

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How Often Should Labor-Management Committees Meet?

A question that sent people to our blog last week dealt with how often labor-management committees should meet. Our answer is definite. Committees need to meet frequently on a regular schedule. No one really wants more meetings on their calendar. … Continue reading

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Natural Enemies

Lions and livestock. Wolves and deer. Snakes and a mongoose All of these are examples of  animals that are natural enemies, where the kill is the only outcome. Should labor and management be on this list? We see and hear … Continue reading

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