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Workshops set to prepare Oregonians for what to expect with Japan tsunami debris – The workshops are intended to provide a public forum for Oregonians to voice their questions and concerns to federal, state and local authorities about tsunami debris that is slowly cross the Pacific Ocean in the aftermath of the 9.0 earthquake in Japan in March 2011.
Managing Confrontation in Multicultural Teams – Everyone knows that a little confrontation from time to time is constructive, right?
The Biggest Mistake You (Probably) Make with Teams – Throughout most of my career, I’ve made a big mistake in the way I’ve lead teams — and wouldn’t be surprised if you have, too.
Across America, public-sector job cuts take a heavy toll – Yes, the economy’s growing, the unemployment rate is inching down and America is feeling a little bit better about itself. But don’t think for a minute that all the lost jobs aren’t still taking a severe toll all across this nation — especially all the chopped government jobs.
Connect Detroit: Lessons from one city’s efforts to bridge the digital divide.
Pinterest now the third most popular social network after Facebook & Twitter – As if there was ever any doubt that the “pin” is winning, a new report from Experian says Pinterest is now the third most popular social network in the U.S. behind Facebook and Twitter.
Public Private Partnerships, Park Funding Models | Parks and Recreation Magazine – With budgets straining at every level of government these days, approaches and remedies are being offered with increasing frequency.
America’s Urban-Rural Work Divide – No longer the difference between farms and factories, but there are very real differences in the types of work we do depending on where we live.
Inside the UGB
- Sidewalks, convention visitors’ transit use discussed as TriMet GM visits Metro Council
- Mayor Sam Adams revisits idea of rejiggering Interstate 5: Portland City Hall roundup
- Was your iPhone stolen or just misplaced on TriMet? Most lost-and-found gadgets unclaimed in 2011: Commuter roundup
- 8,000 Oregonians Losing Unemployment Benefits Friday
- Storify: Candidate Forum Stirs Social Media Discussion
- Gresham council approves fountain loan application
Outside the UGB
- Jack Roberts: Why the Oregon labor commissioner election controversy won’t die
- Medford City Council will go to voters for pools but not for police station
- Cities Respond To Lack Of Redevelopment Funds