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These 100 Great Employers Are Looking to Fill 100,876 Jobs

These 100 Great Employers Are Looking to Fill 100,876 Jobs | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it
The best companies to work for in the U.S. are hiring great talent. Here's where to look.
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ismokuhanen's curator insight, March 10, 2016 3:11 PM
Shared by my colleague, Amy. Interesting insights.
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Shared by my colleague, Amy. Interesting insights.
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Think You’re Out of Creative Ideas? Think Again.

Think You’re Out of Creative Ideas? Think Again. | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it

Here’s a familiar scenario: You’re sitting at your desk trying to come up with creative solutions to a problem. You rack your brain for a while, scribble down half a dozen ideas, and then hit a wall. Have you already reached your creative peak? Or should you force yourself to keep brainstorming? According to new research from the Kellogg School, persisting in a creative task may pay off more than you think. In fact, your best ideas are likely to come later in the process— and if you stop prematurely, you could miss a big insight.

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How to See the Future First

How to See the Future First | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it

One of the biggest challenges innovators face is to truly understand the market opportunity space before they start creating a strategy and well in advance of product development. Since we can’t see the future, we need to gain some real insight from deep domain experts and make sense of possible scenarios. Even if the innovations are disruptive and the future is discontinuous, all we can really know is based on the data we have today. So it is through diligent inquiry and sense making that we get some general idea as to what will likely happen next. But creating innovations that we believe will succeed in the future requires that we first develop some clear foresight.

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Asia Pacific Economic Outlook January 2015 - Deloitte

Asia Pacific Economic Outlook January 2015 - Deloitte | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it
This edition gives a near-term outlook for China, India, Indonesia, and Myanmar. The Chinese economy continues to slow. Growth in India is gradually gaining momentum. Structural reforms by Indonesia’s new government are promising. Myanmar is riding high on foreign investment
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Aramely Mendez's curator insight, August 6, 2015 4:17 AM

Great insights about Myanmar and other countries in southeast Asia 2015 .


Myanmar’s economy continues to make progress, drawing on the benefits of greater integration with the rest of the world. Economic growth is set to remain strong in the medium term on the back of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows into telecommunications, oil and gas, banking, and construction. 

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TOOLS for more effective strategic intelligence

This tool made by three students in innovation will help you improve the way you organize your strategic intelligence. This tool is design for everyone needing intelligence, from masters or insight hunters.

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What are you doing to protect your firm’s intellectual property?

What are you doing to protect your firm’s intellectual property? | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it

Intellectual property (IP) protection has become an increasingly critical issue in the connected global business environment. This requires CI professionals to heighten their awareness of the key issues surrounding both a firm’s own IP, as well as the risks regarding their customer’s proprietary information. The increasing prevalence of cybercrime in particular can have a devastating impact on the competitive position, performance and reputation of a firm. Competitors, foreign governments and non-state actors don’t necessarily play by the same ethical rules of data collection under which your firm may operate. This requires CI professionals to heighten their awareness of the key issues surrounding both a firm’s own IP, as well as the risks regarding their customer’s proprietary information. A quick review of some basics might be a good starting point for discussion.

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What Happens When a Company Loses a Patent?

What Happens When a Company Loses a Patent? | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it

One option is for the affected country’s government to license foreign-owned patents to local firms without the consent of the patent’s owner. Called compulsory licensing (CL), it can be a boon—even a lifesaver—for patients. But drug companies argue that overriding patents harms them financially, which makes them less likely to develop new drugs or to improve old ones. Does their argument hold water? Does compulsory licensing harm innovation?

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[Infographic] How To Evaluate Your Display Ad Strategy Using Competitive Intelligence

[Infographic] How To Evaluate Your Display Ad Strategy Using Competitive Intelligence | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it

In this infographic we detail exactly how you can leverage data from your competition to increase the success of your own ad strategy. The best way to deal with abundant competition is to use it to your advantage. Competitive Intelligence can provide you with deep, strategic insights into what’s working (or not working) for the brands you’re up against. This subsequently allows you to capitalize on the success they’ve had, and avoid the time and money invested in their mistakes.

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The Global Innovation Index

The Global Innovation Index | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it
Bloomberg's 2015 ranking of the world's 50 most innovative countries takes a more prosaic approach to the question, focusing on six tangible activities that contribute to innovation. South Korea tops this year's overall ranking. The U.S. places sixth, and China 22nd. Morocco finishes last. You can click here to go straight to the full results, but don't do that just yet. The point of this list isn't to award bragging rights to one country over another—it's to see whether a broad formula for innovation can in fact be identified, and what companies, and governments, need to do to reproduce it.
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ASo darn cool and awesome.

 

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Ted Ning's curator insight, January 27, 2015 12:01 PM

Lookout world...here comes Korea. Their initiatives in R&D, education and patents have them leading the innovation charge with the potential to be a global player.

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Forget BRICS, here are the new 7 best emerging markets for business

Forget BRICS, here are the new 7 best emerging markets for business | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it
So where, now, should companies turn for their strategic investments? Well, that has everything to do with what they should look for: stability and resilience. And for that we found seven smart bets. In short, these are markets where it would seem good governance and sustainable growth are likely to go hand in hand.
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The simplicity behind successful strategy - E&Y

The simplicity behind successful strategy - E&Y | histories in holiness  leadership | Scoop.it
Change management holds the key to ensuring your organization’s strategy is effective, up to date and understood by employees. 

But, is the business operating in a manner that follows the strategic direction? How do you stress test the strategy? Markus Heinen, EY’s Europe, Middle East, India and Africa Strategy Leader, points to change management as being critical. Businesses are making more of an effort to align strategy with on-the-ground change, from explaining strategic direction and its impact on staff to aligning operations with the direction of travel. This is done by finessing the company strategy into different strands so that it relates to the separate operational parts of the organization.

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