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And just as important, who isn’t sitting at your table from an intellectual capital perspective that you need? Every company is fighting for the same thing – shelf space with their biggest retailers: Walmart, Kroger, Walgreens, Costco, Sam’s and Amazon (from an SEO standpoint).  The consumer product manufacturers and suppliers who will continue to win…

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Interviewing is a two-way street and in a candidate driven market, sometimes the interview process is reversed. Strong candidates might have multiple offers or opportunities and it seems they may be asking more questions of companies in the interview than they may be receiving. Over the years there is a common theme that I’ve seen with…

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The problem with unconscious biases is that they are unconscious. They’re tough to see, hard to talk about, and can take a long time to change. As Beth Pittman and I discussed at the Stanford Graduate School of Business Me2We Conference, pushing against them in the workplace can be encouragingly straightforward and a proven way…

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For 20 years, Cameron Smith has enticed Walmart’s suppliers to locate offices in the retailer’s backyard, building a lucrative career for himself and helping drive Northwest Arkansas’ economic boom.

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A quick scan of boards for trucking companies based in Arkansas reveals, as one might expect, a heavy dose of white males. Changing that, executives said, is not just a matter of political correctness but also sound business.

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Susan Chambers, a retired executive with Wal-Mart Stores, has been named to the Board at Van Buren-based USA Truck.

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Experts describe the battleground for employees to work for and service the world’s largest retailer.

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Diversity on corporate boards has been an issue for years. Most companies recognize that having directors from varied backgrounds isn’t simply a theoretical matter of equity; it’s a matter of performance.

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