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Episode 207 – Corporate Culture and the Pandemic

To get people back to work, they need to be happy with their work.  Their are five things employers should always be doing to keep employees happy and they REALLY need to be doing it […]

Corporate Culture and the Pandemic

You want to get people back to work in a tight market? Do these 5 things (although you should always be doing them)

Episode 206 – Risk Shift – Where Reality TV and Corporate Amex Cards Meet

Another show inspired by Discovery Plus, this time it’s about their business practices.  Hear how the Big company stomps on little production houses.  Another new episode of the Peluso Presents Podcast!

Risk Shift: Where Reality TV and Corporate Amex Cards Meet

Another story of how creative CFO’s are moving more and more of the risk of their business onto their Partners who have little to no choice in the matter!

Episode 205 – (X) Life

Have you ever watched TV and thought: I could do that, and, you know what, I want to do that! That’s how I felt about the (X) Life shows on Discovery Plus, well until I […]

(X) Life

Lifestyle shows can be fun, but they never tell you everything. Should They?

Episode 204 – Systems, Cycleles & MOU’s

Our organizations have complex systems, and when something isn’t quite right in those systems can break down. THEN it’s a never ending repair cycle.  Could an MOU help? Maybe, for a short time. Another new episode […]

Systems, cycles and MOU’s

In our complex organizational systems, we have cycles of effort that repeat themselves. How should you handle those cycles?

Episode 203 – The Insanity of Medicare

It was the experience of Shock and Awe when I was first exposed to all the details surrounding receiving Medicare at retirement.  Another new episode of the Peluso Presents Podcast!

The Insanity of Medicare

I thought Medicare was supposed to be an easy solution for healthcare for seniors. Boy was I wrong.