Posts Tagged ‘ Peer Revue ’

A better than median year

SAS has had a many good years. But that's old news. In the past. Old hat. This is a new year, and we don't rest on our laurels. We may toot our own horn about our laurels, but we don't rest on 'em. Peer Revue's job is to inform you of
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Corporate Social Networking: How SAS comes together virtually

First, there was “networking”. I never got into that scene—I was never comfortable “selling myself” and climbing corporate ladders and all. (Hey, I've got real work to do!) Then along came “social networking”, which is a double whammy...
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The Demise of the Gansy of Gnomes Gardening Club

This is a tale of woe and misery, but also one of hope. Woe and misery Our tale begins more than seven years ago, an age ago in Internet Time. A cloud (nay, another type of cloud than what may come to your mind in this Age) pervaded the halls
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Rock stars

“They are a group of SAS rock stars and I'm darn proud of them!” Continue reading "Rock stars"
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Rock stars

“They are a group of SAS rock stars and I'm darn proud of them!” That comes from Meg Pounds, manager of the Customer Experience Testing (CET) team. (Go on, Meg - use some stronger language; Peer Revue needs some juicier content.) Meg's remark come...
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Perks are epic

When I started Peer Revue, I tried to point out it's the work we do that makes SAS such a cool place to be, not just the fancy-schmancy benefits that get all the headlines. But FORTUNE magazine apparently has another agenda; they've gone and named...
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Perks are epic

When I started Peer Revue, I tried to point out it's the work we do that makes SAS such a cool place to be, not just the fancy-schmancy benefits that get all the headlines. But FORTUNE magazine apparently has another agenda; they've gone and named SAS ...
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Spirits in the virtual world

As the holiday season approaches, one is tempted to use a Dickensian reference about spirits past, present and future. But instead of a holiday classic from 1843, I'm going to haunt you with an earworm from 1981. Having matriculated in the same y...
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