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A carbon tax and shift can grow Oregon economy | Print |  Email
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Tuesday, April 02, 2013
BY  DR. THOMAS POTIOWSKY, DR. JENNY LIU, AND JEFF RENRO | OP-ED CONTRIBUTORS

04.02.13 Thumbnail co2Our lives are surrounded by regulations to influence behavior, from not smoking in public places to not polluting waterways and being civil in public. Usually, a violation of these regulations is associated with a fine or a tax to discourage greater use, as in the cigarette tax.

 
Why your employee is always right | Print |  Email
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Friday, March 29, 2013
BY TOM COX | BIZ TIPS CONTRIBUTOR

03.29.13 Thumbnail PidgeonI learned a lot about humans from studying pigeons. It was 1985 and I worked at Professor Israel Goldiamond’s behaviorism lab at the University of Chicago. (And yes, pigeons are a lot different from people.) The biggest thing Professor G. taught me was, “the organism is always right.”

 
Defining business friendly | Print |  Email
Linda Baker
Thursday, March 28, 2013
BY LINDA BAKER | OB EDITOR

03.28.13 Thumbnail StateBizIf I had a dollar for every time a CEO or business owner told me Oregon was hostile to business interests, well, let’s just say I wouldn’t be quite so worried about how I’m going to pay my son’s college tab over the next four years.
 

 
The business case against the CRC | Print |  Email
Opinion
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
BY JOE CORTRIGHT | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

03.25.13 Thumbnail BridgeSure, it would be nice to have a newer, fancier bridge connecting Portland and Vancouver, especially if someone else paid for it. But look closely at what’s actually being proposed — a $3.5 billion, 5-mile long, twelve-lane freeway widening project that just happens to cross a river — and you’ll see that there’s a strong business case against the CRC.

 
Unmanned civilian aircraft offer new uses, jobs for Oregon | Print |  Email
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Wednesday, March 20, 2013
BY COLLINS HEMINGWAY | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

03.21.13 Thumbnail UAVUnmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), often called “drones” in their military capacity, have jumped to the forefront of public consciousness because Congress has ordered the Federal Aviation Administration to let these vehicles fly around the nation’s skies within a few years.

 
When is anger OK in the workplace? | Print |  Email
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Tuesday, March 19, 2013
BY TOM COX | BIZ TIPS CONTRIBUTOR

03.20.13 Thumbnail AngerWhen is anger okay in the work place? Never.

Expressing or ‘acting out’ anger is different from feeling anger. I can feel anger without having to share it. And I can express my anger in a responsible way that is not denial, is not ‘stuffing’ it, and also doesn’t make someone else wrong or scared.

 
Keep a thin skin | Print |  Email
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Tuesday, March 05, 2013
BY TOM COX | BIZ TIPS CONTRIBUTOR

03.05.13 Thumbnail BossLeaders shouldn’t be “thick skinned” — not if that means shrugging off negative feedback that might actually be correct. Leaders need to be emotionally resilient, unattached to outcomes, and assume positive intent.

 

 
The 2013 100 Best Companies are announced | Print |  Email
Linda Baker
Friday, March 01, 2013
BY LINDA BAKER | OREGON BUSINESS EDITOR

0313 Cover ThumbnailThe 20th annual 100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon list was announced Thursday night at an awards dinner at the Oregon Convention Center. There were 273 companies participating in this year’s 100 Best survey, which analyzes Oregon companies’ best practices toward creating great places to work. This year, almost 14,000 Oregon employees completed the survey.

 
Strategic execution- outside the core | Print |  Email
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Monday, February 25, 2013
BY TOM COX | BIZ TIPS CONTRIBUTOR

02.25.13 Thumbnail CoreWhen I work with senior teams, they share a common bias across firms and industries — they over-value the uniqueness of their industry, firm, or niche, and they over-value innovative changes in their self-identified Core Business. And they fail to put appropriate focus on off-the-shelf innovations available in the non-core processes.

 
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