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Is the Gaming Product and Value Becoming Diluted? How to Keep Ahead of the Curve - By John Hendrie
As an uncertified economist, even I can appreciate when the marketplace gets saturated. What does that mean for the business and their customer? We certainly are watching this play out on the Gaming landscape.
For many states the existing and potential Gaming landscape just undulates with revenue. Ah, that color of money - transformative, entrancing A 'green' movement.
From Fringe to Mainstream: Companies Integrate CSR Initiatives into Everyday Business
In 1970, the economist and Nobel laureate Milton Friedman published an article in The New York Times Magazine titled, 'The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits.' In the article, he referred to corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs as 'hypocritical window-dressing,' and said that businesspeople inclined toward such programs 'reveal a suicidal impulse.' Even four decades ago, at a time of growing public concern for the environment, his views represented the general skepticism and contempt with which many in Corporate America viewed CSR.
Declining Employee Loyalty: A Casualty of the New Workplace
If loyalty is defined as being faithful to a cause, ideal, custom, institution or product, then there seems to be a certain amount of infidelity in the workplace these days.
Parlay Your Gaming Distinction - By John Hendrie
Nothing like a little competition to catch the attention of Gaming executives.
Global Leadership Lessons from Unilever's Kees Kruythoff
Kees Kruythoff, president of Unilever's North America cluster, has traveled the world for the multinational consumer goods company. During a recent Wharton Leadership Lecture, he shared the unique lessons he has learned from leaders in each country and discussed the importance of infusing the workplace with passion.
Why External Hires Get Paid More, and Perform Worse, Than Internal Staff
Here is some research sure to rankle every employee who has applied for an internal promotion and been passed over in favor of someone brought in from the outside.
What, No Clam Chowder? Foxwoods Laments Omission - By John Hendrie
You would think that the Foxwoods Entertainment Destination would have Clam Chowder available somewhere. After all, they have practically everything else, and they are located in New England.
Scrub That Brand, And, Bam Ready for Resale - By John Hendrie
We, in Hospitality, are always refurbishing, renovating, refreshing our product and facility.
All That Glitters, May Be Casino Gold at Least for the Moment - By John Hendrie
Yep, there is gold in 'them thar hills', as well as your major cities, rolling country-sides and meandering rivers the gold of the new Gaming Operators. A
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