- Producer17/02/2017Resiliência ou resistência?Por Marisa Fonseca DinizInteressante quando adentramos em uma rede profissional ou em um grupo de discussão, e algumas pessoas citam em seus debates a palavra “resiliência”, me espanto, pois a maioria se quer sabe o verdadeiro significado da palavra...
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- 15/02/2017Let's tell our secrets! Leave a comment below telling us what you love about beBee and how it's worked for you!
Comments15/02/2017 #5 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsThe people. I've met so many interesting, intelligent, friendly people here. @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian and Lisa Gallagher I consider friends, comrades. @Dean Owen I want to meet someday. @Javier 🐝 beBee](lWky)](lWky) and @John White, MBA amaze me with their knowledge and extreme patience 😄and so many many more I couldn't begin to name than all.15/02/2017 #3 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianGawd, I don't even know where to start.
Most of my early connections came from LI. Many of those were loose until we started interacting here.
Probably the biggest thing is how people aren't afraid of making their voice heard. They suggest, offer help, and give their opinions freely.
This is so true, that it led to an unexpected start-up, www.myTweetPack.com
First, it was just to help @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher and @Pamela 🐝 Williams build Click-to-Tweet links. It was supposed to be a tiny little web app, a weekend project.
Then the Bees got to it. Suggestion followed suggestion. Feature piled onto feature.
My weekend solo project became 8 months of 12-hour days for myself and 4 coders on contract.
It's now probably the most powerful, least expensive Twitter Management System
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- Producer13/02/2017Personal branding, your differentiation and value added for your professional lifeWe often get confused about what our personal is and its value for our professional life. Which social networks is it appropriate to post material for one or the other? How do you keep the two as separate as possible? Should our private, personal,...
Comments13/02/2017 #10 David B. GrinbergThank you, Juan, for sharing your exemplary insights and advice about the importance of personal branding and how to enhance one's personal brand in today's ubiquitous mobile, digital and virtual information age. This is most helpful, as always, and I've shared in three hives: "Social Marketing Solutions" and "Social Media Marketing" and "Personal Branding."
Again, your brilliant buzz is most appreciated, Juan!13/02/2017 #5 Deb 🐝 Helfrich"Your personal online presence is key to success" It is as simple as that. And the more you participate in social media as a whole person, showcasing who you are right alongside what you do, the more likely you are to run into the sorts of opportunities that will bring joy and fulfillment into your life.
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Comments13/02/2017 #83 Aleta Curry#37 I must disagree with you here, @John Vaughn. I'm not a part of any clique here; I knew no one when I joined, and yet I have had direct responses from Javier, Juan, Cat, Frederico and many others. (I'm pretty sure that Mark Zuckerberg has never read anything I've written on his site,)
I'm successful according to MY criteria, but compared to these busy folks, some with many times my net worth, I'm just a housewife from NSW Australia, yet they bother to interact. So I really think you're doing them an injustice.12/02/2017 #81 Phil Friedman#73 Robert Bacal > "I have a simple clarifying question, Phil ... I figure if you don't believe in censorship, that position applies to ALL situations save those that are clearly against criminal law. "
Phil Friedman > "As to whether deleting anything, comments or otherwise, upon receiving complaints, is censorship, the answer is pretty simple: It is censorship. Whether it is justified is another matter entirely ... The standard for active censorship has to be, it seems to me, very rigorous and high. And I am optimistic that beBee going forward will maintain those very high standards and not censor statements simply because some number of people express their personal dislike of them. " #68
What about what I said is unclear, Robert Bacal? Where or when did I ever say I don't believe in censorship simpliciter? I believe my statements were clear and nowhere even imply what you want to make of them.12/02/2017 #80 John Vaughan#71 "I'm not going to repost the comments" sez @John White, MBA
Nobody's asking you to do so. It's unnecessary. beBee's already replaced the comments that it had censored. All you have to do is point to the objectionable parts and say, "See! That awful stuff is why we had to censor John's comments in the first place. And that's also why we're not obliged to apologize for doing so."
This is advantageous, because now everyone will understand beBee's boundaries of acceptability and policy regarding its own responsibility.
I'm delighted that you "haven't received a single report of abuse" since that kerfuffle you initiated. If it pleasures you to believe that it's because I've learned my lesson - Cool. I kinda like to believe that maybe the partisan vigilantes learned a little something, too.
'nite12/02/2017 #79 John Vaughan#72 I'm probably less personally caught up in needing an apology than you imagine, @Phil Friedman
It has more to do with systemic transparency, responsibility, and trustworthiness.
I consider those qualities to be vital to a well-operating socialNet. An apology simply embodies good behavior which expresses those values. Systemic function/dysfunction (the topic of the 'open letter' in this post) is the relevant issue.
Attempting to distract the focus onto accusations about my behavior just kind of misses the mark.12/02/2017 #78 Anonymous"Errare humanum est, perseverare diabolicum"
Article: "Linked Out ?", LI long-form post by Eric Le Gendre
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/linked-out-eric-le-gendre?trk=hp-feed-article-title-share12/02/2017 #76 Anonymous"Update 4 - 9:15 AM EST, Feb. 10: As of this morning, I have received private e-mails - not InMails that could be traced - from 19 people who say they work at LinkedIn. The gist of them is that the new UX project has been plagued by a lack of planning, little meaningful consultation with people who use the site frequently, woeful project management, and a lot of pressure from senior management since the Microsoft acquisition closed to roll out the new site as quickly as possible.
Said one of the e-mails, "It's a problem across the company, Sales Navigator has a ton of problems, too, and the new basic website has become as problematic as a cross between the Edsel and New Coke." - from "An Open Letter To CEO Jeff Weiner Re: The Arrogance Of LinkedIn", LI long form post by James Bliwas (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/open-letter-ceo-jeff-weiner-re-arrogance-linkedin-james-bliwas?deepLinkCommentId=6235928213189722112&anchorTime=1486761143976&trk=hb_ntf_MEGAPHONE_LIKE_TOP_LEVEL_COMMENT)12/02/2017 #75 Anonymous#70 #67 Dear @John Vaughan, I am not a "good one". I have no problem to publicly state my opinion. My opinion: Yes, you throw insults at people, but nothing other people do is because of me or because of other people here. It is because of them. As I see, there is a very little chance for you to realize that those who have tried to correct some of yours mistaken behaviors in a polite, transparent, civilized and friendly way are certainly not better then those who were stunned and disgusted. That's just my way of communication with people, since I am professor. Some people think I'm a fool. No one should need permission to be kind and cooperative. Only our cooperation is valuable. We are people who care and nothing more or less. We should strive to be ourselves. This does not mean that there are good and bad guys here. Each of us creating their identity, even the virtual one. Kindly, Milos12/02/2017 #74 Robert Bacal#65 Some people have based their social media accounts on complaining, attacking, and destroying those that actually do things in the world.
Other people go out and accomplish things, either for themselves or the general good through action. My DO list includes @Candice 🐝 Galek, @John White, MBA and @Don 🐝 Kerr and @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian12/02/2017 #73 Robert Bacal#68 I have a simple clarifying question, Phil. There are several accounts, obviously fake, that post links to pirated streams and movies.
I believe those posts and the user(s) should be deleted. But isn't that censorship?
I figure if you don't believe in censorship, that position applies to ALL situations save those that are clearly against criminal law.12/02/2017 #72 Phil Friedman#70 John, I see the anonymous "Negativator" is at it again, disliking pretty mild statements, even my #68 which actually defends beBee.
Well, not to be deterred by the Negativator, let me say that I am personally more pragmatic than you when it comes to things like censorship. That is, I am more concerned with the behavior and keeping it from recurring, than with seeing any "apologies" issued. To my mind, it was not the conflict that was unsettling, but the institutionalized reaction. And where saner heads prevailed, that is sufficient IMO.
As I see it, censorship is a complicated issue when it comes to SocialNets. And one that requires more than a few lines in a comment box. Cheers!12/02/2017 #71 John White, MBA#70 @John Vaughan: I'm not going to repost the comments that were reported as offensive by users.
Just do not insult people on the platform and you won't have any comments removed. That's it. It is as simple as that. Since then, we haven't received a single report of abuse regarding any of your comments. So let's chalk it up to an off night for all of us, and move on. Sound good?12/02/2017 #70 John Vaughan#68 The turnaround on censorship is a point in favor of you, Milos and the few others who were willing to risk being outspoken. Here's a relevant framing question, @Phil Friedman:
If no one else (specifically an 'ambassador') had voiced concern, would you still be 'optimistic' that beBee was willing to voluntarily do the right thing?
It was a teeth-pulling exercise to get even a grudging pseudo-apology several weeks after the fact (@John White, MBA: "I apologize for my portion of that thread" ... As for the censorship itself? ...... * crickets * .....)
I applaud your optimism. RE: maintaining those "very high standards" - perhaps we could discuss
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- 07/02/2017Trends from my Friend Jim Tompkins:
The U.S. macro-economy will expand under the new President, which will be positive for most all business sectors.
• The Digital disruptions will continue, as Amazon, Uber, and other digital-based companies grow and expand into both domestic and international markets, and also into both consumer and industrial segments.
• Cloud-computing will continue to expand, and accelerate, as businesses invest more into less expensive, highly secure, and faster implementations for supply chain systems and apps.
• Customer-centricity is finally prevailing as fundamental to demand-driven supply chains, which by their nature, are more amenable to cost management and predictability than supply-driven long lead times with demand uncertainty.
• Supply chain risk management will not diminish, even as some degree on US-based manufacturing growth is achieved, as many suppliers and components remain global in locations, and risks of disruptions are everywhere.
Comments07/02/2017 #1 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorLet’s start with Supply Chain Planning (SCP), which most agree creates the supply chains, or adjusts them, based on known conditions and expected sales. Despite the fact that the “art and science” of SCP has improved, and many companies are making use of advanced tools, it continues to be difficult to point to substantive results of plans.
Annual plans, for instance, are often out of date six months into them, as markets change, online order volumes expand, and customer preferences are variable. In addition, Supply Chain planners continue to struggle with integration and alignment with other strategies and plans of their companies. While Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) processes are meant to improve this prevailing situation, there are too few solid examples of Integrated Business Planning (IBP), where all plans are driven by an enterprise-wide strategy.
Prediction: There will be further progress toward robust and implementable planning, but not widespread transformations to effective S&OP, much less an effective IBP.
Reason: this requires more than Artificial Intelligence (AI), advanced optimization, or predictive analytics. The commonly used phrase to explain good performance, “the integration of people, process, and technology”, will remain elusive for most companies.
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Comments07/02/2017 #1 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorGeorgia is booming in new business & jobs: SAVANNAH IN THE NEWS: Here is a link to the article that was posted: http://news.wabe.org/post/port-savannah-add-500-acres-storage-space
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Comments08/02/2017 #36 David B. GrinbergDid YOU know? Only 31% of Fortune 500 corporate board seats are held by women or minorities, according to a new report in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/05/business/dealbook/fortune-500-board-directors-diversity.html?_r=0 View moreDid YOU know? Only 31% of Fortune 500 corporate board seats are held by women or minorities, according to a new report in the NY Times:
“'With the current rate of progress, we aren’t likely to see the number of minorities and women increase to our target of 40 percent representation until the year 2026, said Ronald C. Parker, the chairman of the Alliance for Board Diversity. 'This is not acceptable. Corporations need to do more to keep pace with the country’s changing demographics.' ”
DO YOU AGREE? Close07/02/2017 #35 Max🐝 J. Carter#33 Why can't we simply celebrate being human.
That would be the truest and purest form of what is known as One love.
Using labels and celebrating them is what causes all the problems as it is saying that if you don't have this label you can't be cerebrated.
It's exclusionary behavior at best.
This is why I am in the Pro Human movement that says race doesn't need to be celebrated. It is the Human race as one race that needs to be celebrated.
#ProHumanSoHuman.06/02/2017 #33 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#30 @Joris Plaatstaal makes a good point, but I'd go even further. We HAVE to learn to celebrate our differences. The reason we see so little progress in so many arenas is that the agenda is setup to counter hate and division. Well that keeps people in those same silos.
Everyone on this planet has the right to be here. Starting from that and working for that to be the fundamental belief of every human would change so much in just one generation. Kids do not put people in silos until the see it being done by the adults around them.
So this is not an incremental policy thing. This is a rapid evolution. The humans who learned and believed there are different sorts of humans will die and humans who grow in a world without divisive hate will be born and allowed to build a world were humanity in all its glorious manifestations can flourish.
Love, not policies.06/02/2017 #31 Max🐝 J. CarterPersonally I agree with Morgan Freeman who feels this month being recognized the way it is as completely racist.
Any time you celebrate one color of skin over the other for any reason you are being racist.
This is why I say one love on race. Human race.
In an interview Morgan Freeman asked Mike Wallace why does it matter?05/02/2017 #28 Mohammed Sultan#21 Thank you @David B. Grinbergfor pushing for a more realistic and accurate portrayal of the African Americans of being active humans in the American society.The value of any ethnic group is in their scarcity .The climate of fear and anger is always widely spread as a result of the views some politicians take about specific groups and this is often fueled by specific media and specific campaigns to spread a sense of suspicions and hate.When such happens not only in the American but also everywhere in the world it often provokes an overreaction by which the society weakens itself.Henry Ford was right when he said about his first car "it's good as long as it's black" I hope America would had gone as Ford.Spreading the spirit of love ,forgiveness and fairness through the media will help seeing America in a better portrayal allover the world as the best among equals.On beBee lovers are gonna to love.05/02/2017 #27 Brian McKenzieWhat I HATE about 'rascism' is that it is used anytime someone disagrees with current Meme of the Month. Along with the Hitler, White Supremiscist, Misogynist, Sexists, _________Phobe or __________Hater ( fill in the blank with whatever slathering seething propaganda they are pushing that iteration. ) I loathe Obama, his staff and his henchmen - not because they are black - but because they were and remain Soviet Red Marxist - Leninist ideologue miscreants: and if you READ Barack Obama's own writing he fully admits it ~ and his every action endorsed and cannonized the Hammer and Sickle for American deployment. Somewher Lenin is smiling at how easily and quickly America was co-opted and conquered05/02/2017 #25 David B. GrinbergThank you very much @Mark Anthony Dyson and @Jan 🐝 Barbosa for sharing your important insights. As noted above, studies, surveys and anecdotal evidence all show that racism and discrimination against African Americans today is mostly hidden just below the surface. Some point to so-called "unintentional" or "unconscious" discrimination, but that just sounds like an excuse or an irrational attempt at justifying it. I think a lot of folks might not realize that all this "hidden bias" helped elect President Trump as a so-called "white lash" against 8-years of President Obama. The term "white lash" comes from former Obama official and CNN commentator Van Jones.
The bottom line is that discrimination is abhorrent and immoral no matter how it is labeled. Then there's the changing demographics in the USA, with Hispanic/Latinos and Asian Americans accounting for the fasted growing populations. In fact, Hispanic are forecast to be at or about 30% (or more) of the U.S. population by 2050. Meanwhile, the population of blacks is only increasing incrementally and the population of whites is slowly declining. This all factors into various issues affecting the African American community.04/02/2017 #23 Jan 🐝 BarbosaRacism was and is very well alive in the US and beyond... And Fascist / Communist regimes need it to survive... Its used as a force to turn normal
People into rabid robots... Prime candidates for being abused and vraun washed by their institutions.. The tribal gene that lead to the Neanderthals demise.. they are laughing at us from their graves.04/02/2017 #22 Mark Anthony DysonThanks, @David B Grinberg for a very thought piece. Many people think racism is over because of a 2x Obama election, acceptance of multi-racial marriage, and less overt violent terrorism against blacks. Unfortunately, racism is more covert than overt and needs to be exposed in it's fullest before it will go away. Those in denial will even evoke MLK in small snack sizes to validate this. Your thoughts are appreciated as you have begun to enumerate the challenges as a nation faces the issues.04/02/2017 #20 Mohammed Sultan@David B.Grinberg.Centre of American Progress has made studies on the the challenges facing the US .As progressive ,they have summarized them under the heading of New Challenge..New Ideas.The major issue was on offering opportunities for all through the concept of building an opportunity nation.The foundation of these challenges are built on careful analysis,while the ideas are built the American common values.
For more information you can have a look at their researchers views on www.americanprogress.org/fifteen.Thank you David for your outstanding efforts.04/02/2017 #19 Mark Tillman DavisGood article, David. But. "for America to truly thrive as “one nation undivided” then all citizens must be afforded equal opportunities to rise as high as their God-given talents and abilities allow" This opportunity already exists. All one of any race, creed, color or gender need do is to seize it.04/02/2017 #17 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI do believe racial inequality and racism is still present today. I think the black community thought Obama's election and being President for 8 years was/would change that. I thought it would too. The Presidency could not be about race, he represented every American Citizen but he left a powerful legacy through actions and his words. He was discriminated against, so was his wife, Michelle. I would have never survived all the racism they put up with throughout his Presidency. They did it and with class. I would hope one day through all the turmoil he and his family faced that others in the black community can take a page out of Obama's playbook. By not giving up he really did set the stage. As for inequality, voter suppression etc.. it's here and I don't know what the answers are. I truly believe it begins at home first and that means, not only the homes of black people but all Americans, teaching their children we are all equal, compassion, and to accept each other as humans. I believe schools need to work harder to be inclusive and continue treating everyone as humans, not treating others different just because of their skin color. When I say schools, I mean teachers... they have our kids for a great portion of their lives and we depend on them to instill values and uphold good values. All races matter and I believe it's going to get tougher for Muslims in our country as well. Standing out peacefully against injustices is something we need not be afraid to do. I'm seeing how powerful peaceful protests are in large numbers. We must not forget. Those who care must get involved. Our country and many lives depend on it. Great piece @David B. Grinberg
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