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How I Approach The ‘No-Win’ Scenario

In business, we are often confronted with problems that seem to be a no-win situation.  While I acknowledge that they sometimes exist, I believe that there are almost always alternatives that can be explored to find a good result.  I
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4 Tips to Help You Accept & Embrace Change

Whether you perceive it or not, everything is constantly changing – the environment, the weather, the economy, technology, society, culture, your friends and family, your body, everything. And the better able you are to embrace change in what
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You Don’t Need to Code to Source With A.I.

Are you intimidated by all this talk of digital transformation and artificial intelligence implementation? Do you feel like you don’t have the tech-savvy or coding knowledge to get started? In the world of recruiting, we’re often faced with too many
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Innovation Requires Creative Space

Seymour Cray, the founder of Cray Research and legendary free spirit in the management community, was once asked – according to a Wall Street Journal story – to produce a one-year and a five-year plan.The next day, he produced two three-ring binders
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Customer data fuels energy required to make great innovations: Doug Hall

From: Buisness-standard By Sangeeta Tanwar Recommended by: business-standard You have said it is possible for companies to increase innovation speed by up to 6X while decreasing their risk by up to 80 per cent. How can they
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Remember To Work On Keeping Your Memory

American mathematician Norbert Wiener had a reputation for being a little absent-minded. According to one story, when his family moved to a new Massachusetts home, his wife insisted on supervising every detail of the move because she couldn’t depend
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Want to Spark Innovation? Start by Changing How You Listen

With millions of messages bombarding us every day, the ability to listen is becoming a lost art. As leaders, we need to be able to hear what can move our businesses forward. After all, none of us is as smart...
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Body Language When Networking

Body language can be a powerful attractant or deterrent when it comes to building relationships with others. People assess you visually within the first fewminutes of meeting you.  I’ve been asked a lot about body language by the media over the

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