These are Daley's tips for creating a collaborative culture.
1. Play musical chairs. When 4moms started, marketers, engineers, supply-chain managers, and industrial designers sat in their respective departments. But soon they began to rearrange themselves into project-focused, cross-functional teams. Rather than send them all back to their offices, Daley says, the company embraced the idea, because it brought conversations about product form and appearance into the process earlier, a "big part of making a product successful. We're tripling our lab space because this is the way people like to work."
From from vampires to poltergeists, eternal children to cyborgs, this series of short lectures explored how literature depicts the fantastic. Recorded at Palace Green Library on 14th March 2014, the lectures tied in with the ...
This infographic designed by Jan Diehm for The Huffington Post shows that even the world's most celebrated writers aren't above dishing out a good insult to their literary rivals. Hover over the arrows between the authors to see a cutting critique directed by one to the other.
Discover the Pulitzer Prize-winning author behind "Gone With the Wind," one of the world’s best-selling novels that features two of the world’s great lovers — Scarlett and Rhett — and was adapted into one of the most popular films of all time. No ordinary writer — or woman — Margaret Mitchell was a charismatic force who challenged the stifling Southern social order and struggled with the changing role of women and the liberation of African Americans.
Annie Edmonds Skerchek's insight:
Hows this for a story, A debutante-flapper wins Pulitzer prize.
Maya Angelou, prolific poet and civil rights activist, died on Wednesday at the age of 86. Despite her passing, Angelou's legacy will live on through her captivating words and beautiful insight on the human spirit. Below are 10 of the author's most u...
There is a particular sound that for many, along with the cry of the cuckoo, the thwack of willow on leather and the hum of a distant lawnmower, now signifies the approach of summer. It is, of course, the amplified tones of an author trying to be