We're coming up on one of my favorite times of the year: that time, just after spring breaks out but before summer begins, in which thousands of college graduates are released into the world. And as they go forth we give them advice, lots of advice.
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Some interesting commentary, what do you think?
There is some interesting data in this article. Should be read by all businesses.
Sadly, even retail has become militant in many areas today and it not the retailer in the drivers seat, it's the consumer.
I am a strong advocate of a team charter, when done well, but too many companies claim it takes too much time and has limited return so they skip it. This is one of the reason for so many project failures.
Sadly there is a lot of truth in this article. Science, has for decades, sold out to business to obtain funding to continue work in the field because the public is not interested in funding pure science.
Food for thought. It is coming and those who don't head the message will find the alternative expensive.
What do you think?
If one of the main goals of the future of work is to increase productivity and collaboration, there’s a great place to start: digital transformation. Many companies are embarking on a digital transformation in an effort to connect employees and customers around the world digitally. The future of work and digital transformation are both vital to each other’s success, and they can work together to help organizations prepare for a new wave in the workforce. A digital transformation can provide employees the tools they need to create the best work environment for the future. [...]
Some great insights from Jacob. What do you think.
Personally, I think we are 3 - 5 years away.
What do you think?
Totally agree but it will not be solved my not listing a birthday in a record. This is about recognizing value and contribution.
Buddhists have long known that the core Buddhist beliefs can make for happiness and contentment. Now science is suggesting they may be right.
I can find the same beliefs in Christianity. The key is they are common core beliefs that do make life better.
If you want good people, this is the only way you are going to get them and keep them.
Food for thought!
What do you think?
I agree but I believe it is a long way off.
Riversimple isn't a car dealership, it's a mobility as service company.
Next disruptive element for the transportation industry. I love the concept but a lot will depend on accessibility by the users.
Highly sensitive introverts are often overwhelmed by crowds, noise, heat, cold, food, smells, even certain fabrics - and it can be exhausting.
This extraordinary Wilmington coffee shop, run by individuals with disabilities, is one of the most welcoming places you'll ever visit.
I love this on a number of levels. It is just great business but if you are in a hurry, it's not for you. If you have a heart for disabled, this article is for you.
Peter Diamandis, founder and chairman of the XPRIZE Foundation, thinks the human species is headed for an evolutionary transformation. The evolution of life has slowly unfolded over 3.5 billion years; but its pace has rapidly increased in recent years. Diamandis believes this heralds the next, exciting stages of human evolution.
Depending on your POV, this is either very exciting or terrifying. Which is it for you?
Mark Twain is reputed to have said: “History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” It remains sage advice about the nature of international relations: we have a poor track record of preventing global mishaps, yet their causes often appear obvious upon reflection. Yet hindsight is arguably the most troublesome of cognitive biases that affect our decision-making, particularly when facing rising uncertainty about the future. A leader’s interpretation of a recent failure inevitably will shape his or her future strategy — this is why, for example, there is so much anxiety as to what the US will do in Syria and Iraq during the Trump administration. In studying aviation disasters, Dekker observed that most reactions to past failures share the following four common characteristics
Some great thoughts here.
I think it is more important. Too many times we seriously over value some things and at the same time undervalue others with little regard of actual cost.