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Rebranding ADEI for the Culture Wars

UPD Consulting

When I founded UPD in 2005, the mission was simple: help build better, higher performing, and more resilient organizations. 2005 was an interesting year. 2005 was an interesting year. A new site called YouTube had just been launched. Brad and Angelina were the focus of the tabloids. Times have changed.

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Spain Household Income Drops 10% to 2005 Level

MishTalk

Those touting the "recovery" in Spain need to step back and ponder this headline story translated from Libre Mercado : household income falls 10% and back to 2005 levels. compared the previous year.

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China Services PMI Lowest Since 2005 as Housing Slumps; Manufacturing Expands

MishTalk

An interesting divergence is underway in China with manufacturing in expansion while the service sector is at the lowest reading since November 2005 according to HSBC China Composite PMI HSBC China Composite PMI™ data (which covers both manufacturing and services) signalled a third consecutive monthly expansion of Chinese business activity in July.

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How Tony’s Chocolonely Created a Purpose-Driven (and Profitable) Supply Chain

Harvard Business

In this article, the authors look at the experience of Tony’s Chocolonely, a Dutch chocolate brand founded in 2005, which set itself a mission to sell 100% slavery-free chocolate. In the cocoa industry, for example, the average farmer cultivates between three and five hectares to earn less than two dollars a day.

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McKinsey Study Shows 81% of US Worse off Than in 2005, France 63%, Italy 97%

MishTalk

offers a new perspective on income inequality over the period 2005-2014. The McKinsey study Poorer than Their Parents? Based on … Continue reading →

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White Americans’ Mortality Rates Are Rising. Something Similar Happened in Russia from 1965 to 2005

Harvard Business

From 1965 to 2005 the mortality rates for nonelderly Russian men and women rose by an average of 1.5% From 1988 to 2005 the winding down of the anti-alcohol campaign coincided with the Soviet Union’s collapse and Russia’s fraught transition to capitalism. and 0.9%, respectively, per year.

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NLP Practitioner Flipcharts

Consultants' Consultant

Consultants Consultant: Discovered these flipcharts from my 2005 NLP Practitioner Certification. I’m amazed at how neat. The post NLP Practitioner Flipcharts appeared first on Consultants' Consultant.