VideoThis week's interview is with Ed Schein, a senior Professor at MIT. Ed is one of the pioneers in thinking about Corporate Culture, we catch up with Ed and find out his latest thinking on this important topic.
Google has won a long-running lawsuit over its ambitious plan to scan and index all the world’s books, removing a question over its right to display small extracts of text in response to search queries.
The cover of "Make More Money by Making Your Employees Happy." (Credit: MindLab Publishing) I assume all businesses want happy employees. More important to most businesses, unfortunately, is they would rather have larger profits.
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