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The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
America's Bitter Pill: Money, Politics, Backroom Deals, and the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System

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Peter Principle Is 40, Alive And Well

23 August, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
The late Dr. Peter argued that we ask for more and more until we ask for too much, Mr. Sutton writes. “Then these individuals -- promoted to positions in which they are doomed to fail – start using a bag of tricks to mask their incompetence. They distract us from their crummy work with giant desks, replace action with incomprehensible acronyms, blame others for failure, cheat to create the illusion of progress. Read more»

Main Street Vs. Wall Street: A New Day?

16 August, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
HOUSTON (Aug. 16 2009) – Some economists and business strategists are beginning to make the case that the U.S. economy that we have known through the decade of the 90s, extending through the Bush White House years, will be dramatically different as we emerge slowly from this deep economic recession. Read more»

Recession Be Damned: RN Shortage Looms, Hospitals Scramble

30 July, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
“By next year, more than half of the nation's registered nurses will be over age 50 and many will be considering retirement. “Surveys reveal that 116,000 registered nurse positions are now unfilled in U.S hospitals; another 100,000 job vacancies exist in nursing homes. Although the recession has caused some nurses to delay retirement, the aging demographic means an increasing demand for nurses looms, and may outp Read more»