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Russ Edelman
Russ is the Founder and CEO of Corridor Company, Inc., a software company focused specifically on Mission Critical Business Applications that run on top of Microsoft SharePoint. Our Business Applications include our flagship Contract Management product and we have also introduced a Supplier Management and Proposal Management system as well. Russ has extensive experience in the contract management and enterprise content management industries as many of Corridor’s clients utilize Corridor software for their global operations. Clients include organizations such British Telecom, HP, Logitech, First Data Corporation, Blue Cross and many others. Russ was recognized in the top SharePoint 50 influencers and an AIIM fellow and is an active industry analyst helping to define key industry trends by contributing to media outlets including HBR, InformationWeek, CIO Magazine, AIIM Communities and KMWorld.

In 2008, Russ co-authored his first book titled “Nice Guys Can Get The Corner Office”, published by the Penguin Group in 2008. It has received international praise and he is regularly featured on TV, radio, magazine and podcast interviews. Russ is also a regular blogger on Huffington-Post and CNBC as he reports on relevant management and technology trends.

Entries by Russ Edelman

"Pepe Le Pews" of Social Networking & Directed Evangelism

(0) Comments | Posted February 7, 2011 | 5:45 PM

We all know them. The people in your office who are so engrossed with social networking that they want to suck you into their world whenever possible. It may seem somewhat interesting, but please... give it a break! In reality, these people, often so well-intended, become a nuisance if they...

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Change - A Call To Action For All Of Us - Thank you President Obama!

(0) Comments | Posted January 20, 2009 | 9:20 PM

A Call To Action For All Of Us
Thank you President Obama!

For most people, it is easy to assume that leaders, political, business and religious, will carry the day by genuinely changing that which requires repair. However, leaders embracing and driving change is only one...

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Why Should I Care About the Nice Guys When the SOB's Have Screwed Up the Economy?

(0) Comments | Posted November 7, 2008 | 12:41 PM

Enron, MCI, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Lehman Brothers and so many others... all of these organizations started with ideals and somehow, corruption and/or deceit infiltrated their walls and now they are all fallen giants of a bygone era. The media and judiciary have rightfully gone after the corrupt leadership and...

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Psssst... Now, more so then ever, it's ok to Speak-up and ask for Referrals....

(0) Comments | Posted October 22, 2008 | 9:54 AM

Too often, overly nice guys have a tendency to avoid imposing on their customers for the purpose of soliciting referrals. Instead, they'd rather stick their heads in the sand and avoid the situation entirely. In fact, the mere mention of requesting assistance is an encumbrance that no righteously minded nice...

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Sarah Palin and Female Leaders -- The Pointless Magnification of Glass Ceilings

(8) Comments | Posted September 10, 2008 | 11:40 PM

Sarah Palin made a big splash during the Republican National Convention (RNC) on September 3, 2008 as she tore into her Democratic adversaries, Senator's Barack Obama and Joseph Biden. Since that night, she has undergone a different, albeit expected, level of scrutiny; one that has nothing to do with her...

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Nice Guy Syndrome: The Plight of the Corporate Martyr

(6) Comments | Posted July 31, 2008 | 1:15 PM

Most of us know them. They are the well-liked co-workers who continuously put the job and their co-workers in front of their own needs. They fall on their swords to help others out, regardless of whether they will survive the 'battle' or sustain 'injury'. They do it in the name...

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Can Nice Guys Get The Oval Office?

(1) Comments | Posted July 1, 2008 | 3:30 PM

Since Barack Obama's splash into the political landscape as a junior senator, he has built a platform on intellect, compassion, change, creativity and humbleness. In many respects, this humbleness translates into people realizing that he is authentic and that he is nice. In fact, being a "nice guy" has been...

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