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Is Your Most Important Client too Subjective?

Posted on 9/30/14 11:00 AM

"I hesitate not to pronounce, that every man who is his own lawyer, has a fool for a client.” A rather harsh proverb, but such things become popular because they contain an underlying and universal truth. The issue is not that an individual lacks the intelligence, the skills, or the experience to be his or her own counsel. The trouble grows from the conditions of the human psychology. Regardless of how much we desire it, rationalize it, or proclaim it to be, humans seldom can maintain objectivity. The more important the issues is to us, the more the emotional charge, and the higher personal stakes, the more likely we are to slip into subjective reasoning.
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Topics: Outsourcing, Consulting

Developing Effective Audit Programs

Posted on 6/4/14 2:05 PM


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Topics: store operations, loss prevention program, loss prevention, store audits, lp development, Outsourcing, train employees, educate

Is the decision to outsource the same as hiring an internal candidate?

Posted on 2/4/14 6:00 PM

Outsourcing has become a more widely accepted practice across various industries and business functions. However, with 15 years of experience in providing these services, we still continue to come across people who are skeptical and apprehensive about outsourcing. It is a decision that involves both a logical decision as much as an emotional decision. Is it any different than hiring an internal resource?

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Topics: policies and procedures, Outsourcing, Loss Prevention program and development