A Stanford research project explored the key differences between lives of happiness and meaningfulness. While the two are similar, dramatic differences exist – and one should not underestimate the power of meaningfulness.
The traditional methods for driving operational excellence in global organizations are not enough. The most effective organizations make smart use of employee networks to reduce costs, improve efficiency and spur innovation.
This is an award winning article from the MIT-Sloan Review.
Only 16 percent of US-based Russell 1000 companies have adopted formal climate-change policies, compared to 39 percent of their global counterparts, according to a new study by The Conference Board, Bloomberg and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)...
Creativity is the number one quality prized by the CEOs of the nation's top 500 companies, but can you actually teach kids to be creative? If a school is highly personalized and rooted in design thinking, a structured process of ...
Here are some reasons why your presentations are BAD! We know that so many of you use programs like PowerPoint or Prezi because they have been around for a while, and it is what you know, but change is not always a bad thing, especially if that change can lead to presentations beyond your wildest imagination. Based on PowToon’s recent “Presentation Frustration Survey”, many of you aren’t happy with the outcome of your presentations, so let’s go into some depth on the real problems out there, the reasons why many of you shouldn’t continue presenting …
Paula King, Ph.D.'s insight:
Relying on old tools in a new age limit the effectiveness of the message.
Looking at today's world, contrast and chaos set the agenda. We are inundated with contradictory media messages, making it vital to incorporate Multidimensional Thinking to shape a positive future vision.
Kay Lehmann and Lisa Chamberlin the outstanding online instructors who teach the University of Wisconsin Stout's Creating Collaborative Communities in E-learning, created a one-stop page for advice and tips on: Time Management Strategies for Online Instructors.
Thirty-one percent of 18- to 24-year-olds say they take environmental issues into consideration when making purchases, according to Harris Interactive, a number that has risen from 24 percent in 2010 and 22 percent in 2009.