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Bring Your Values to Life and Get the Culture You Want

In my work I help companies and teams get the culture that they want in their workplace. Sadly, sometimes there is a big gap between the culture that they have and the one they want. I work with teams to assist in assessing this gapShow More Summary

Picking Experts and the Quest for Great Weight Loss Surgery

They stack the odds, still we take to the street For the kill with the skill to survive It's the eye of the tiger, it's the thrill of the fight -Survivor BLIS is a fascinating specialty insurance program run by Regi Schindler in Oregon. Show More Summary

AT&T's--REDACTED--to the FCC's Requests about--REDACTED--Fiber Optic Deployment--REDACTED.

According to the FCC: "On November 12, 2013, AT&T Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer Randall L. Stephenson stated that the Company would limit its fiber deployment to the "2 million additional homes" that are "commitmentsShow More Summary

As Bricks and Clicks Merge, Geeks Are Discovering Politics

As with the first industrial revolution, the merger of Clicks and Bricks forces us to ask: Which laws need to be updated, which are just irrelevant, and which are barriers to entry created by special interests? Best placed to help our...Show More Summary

Women in Business Q&A: Blair Christie, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Cisco

Blair Christie is Cisco's Chief Marketing Officer, with responsibility for the company's Global Marketing, Corporate Communications, and Government and Community Relations groups. Her organization is responsible for positioning Cisco's...Show More Summary

Women in Business Q&A: Lisa Pearson, CMO, Bazaarvoice

Lisa Pearson is the CMO of Bazaarvoice, a technology platform that captures and shares authentic consumer opinions online about the brands they buy. How has your life experience made you the leader you are today? At age ten, I wroteShow More Summary

Leadership Matters: Gratitude Leads to Greatness

"Once you start recognizing the truth of your story, finish the story. It happened but you're still here, you're still capable, powerful, you're not your circumstance. It happened and you made it through. You're still fully equippedShow More Summary

5 Terrifying Things About Black Friday

Black Friday marks the kickoff of the holiday shopping season and generally is the busiest shopping day of the year. Last year nearly 150 million Americans went shopping on Black Friday, spending more than $57 billion. At Silk, we often create visualizations from data. Show More Summary

Focus On Profits Is Not Enough For A Great Business

It's always been tough to start a new business, even when the bottom line was just making a profit to stay alive. A few years ago, a second focus of sustainability ("green") was added as a requirement for respectability. Now I often hear a third mandate of social responsibility. Show More Summary

Selene Chin: Ground Yourself with the Right Skills

This is part of the #CareerAdvice series - featuring successful professionals who share their advice to people who would want to take their career to the next level. One of the main things that hiring managers would ask candidates during...Show More Summary

Banks Behaving Badly: Are You Funding Cluster Bombs?

"The bomb fell over there. If you like I can show you the crater. It exploded and shattered the window. She [my wife] was standing next to the window. The fragments shattered the window and cut her carotid artery. I wanted to run inShow More Summary

Women in Business Q&A: Jenny Zack, President of LoveSpoon Candles

Jenny crossed "The Pond" in 1998 to work for the Mouse, Mickey Mouse that is at Walt Disney World to partake in an international program called the Fellowship Program. Always true to her roots she represented Wales at the United Kingdom...Show More Summary

Matthew Ward: Be Willing to Work Your Way Up

This is part of the #CareerAdvice series - featuring successful professionals who share their advice to people who would want to take their career to the next level. Ever wondered how it's like to jump-start your career in Asia Pacific?...Show More Summary

Does Cyber Monday Still Matter?

This Black Friday is set to be bigger than ever, with pre-sales already up 19 percent year over year, according to IBM. But there is huge overlap on product offerings for many big box stores and if social media is any indicator, theShow More Summary

How to Avoid the Credit Mistakes 20-Somethings Make

By Jeanne Kelly, The world of credit and finances can be daunting when you're in your 20s and just setting out on your own. Many of us tend to avoid those areas of our lives that are a bit scary, but keep in mind that your credit and finances are two of the most dangerous areas to ignore. Show More Summary

Weekend Roundup: Can an 'Elderly and Haggard' Europe Defend a 'World of Rules' Against Russia?

As Pope Francis slammed Europe as "elderly and haggard" in an address this week in Strasbourg, the speaker of the Polish parliament, Radek Sikorski, warned in the WorldPost that Europe's starkest challenge is defending "a world of rules" against an aggressive Russia. Show More Summary

Are You Going to be Blindsided by the Future?

We've all been there. Things are running smoothly, then whack, seemingly out of nowhere you get hit over the head. You lose your job, your competition takes away your best business or someone in your personal life drops a bomb on you. You never saw it coming, except of course, you did. Show More Summary

Uber: A Smart Company That Hasn't Been So Smart Managing Its Image

Uber has been in the news a lot lately. Unfortunately, most of the stories have been negative. From day one, Uber has had a target on its back because it provides a product that many believe is superior to established taxi and shuttle services. Show More Summary

5 Ways Black Friday Shoppers Are Like My Toddler

Sure, I love a half-price blender as much as the next girl. And who doesn't need a discounted life-size Olaf doll? But the lines, the crowds, the fighting over a 20% off Elsa dress like survivors battling over a can of tuna on The Walking Dead -- those are all things I can live without. As a mom to two small kids, I have enough stress in my life. Show More Summary

5 Ways to Raise the Accountability Bar Inside Your Company

It's one thing to create a grand plan to grow your company, it is a whole other thing to get your team consistently executing. The most essential "in the trenches" key to execution is to raise the accountability bar inside your company...Show More Summary

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