Mommy Manager and Me

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“Here we go again,” I thought to myself. I had just come across a blog about a new phenomenon called “mommy manager” syndrome, and I was fully expecting a piece that generalized female managers and painted them in a negative light. I was all set to fire off a Twitter tirade lambasting the article (and […]

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Stepping Into The Discomfort Zone

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

He had me at “a bit stuffy and academic.” I didn’t have to get through the first paragraph before I was sold. In a recent blog, Chris Walden, CIO at HealthAlliance Hospital and co-founder of CultureInfusion.com, opened up about being hesitant to attend the ACHE Congress for fear that it would be “a bit stuff […]

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If The Sneaker Fits

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“How did it go?” my friend Courtney asked after a big job interview I had nearly a decade ago. “Good,” I said. “I got a really good vibe from the people there. And the woman who interviewed me was wearing sneakers!” “You must’ve loved that,” she said, laughing. She was right. I was thrilled when […]

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The March Madness Effect

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

It happens every year around this time. Before the first ball is tipped in the NCAA tournament, we get inundated with news reports about how brackets are destroying productivity in the workplace. Words like “fraud” are tossed around, and, seemingly, for good reason. According to a study by outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, an […]

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Getting Past The Ballyhoo

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

It’s not every day you get to use the word ‘ballyhoo.’ But on Tuesday, those of us in the New York area had that opportunity when the Knicks announced basketball legend Phil Jackson as their new president in a much ballyhooed press conference. Every major news outlet was on hand as the Knicks paraded out […]

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