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Writing Capitalism's New Chapter

In boardrooms and executive suites around the world, business leaders - those people who are truly leading and not just managing their companies - are writing a new chapter of capitalism. The new chapter seeks to preserve (and expand)...Show More Summary

Predatory Listening: Are You Guilty, Too?

Have you done it? I know I have and your friends and family have probably done it too? It's something that most don't like, it's considered to be rude, and it demonstrates that the speaker's comments aren't important, the listener isn't interested, or there is an uncontrollable necessity to respond... Show More Summary

The Future of Learning: In the Classroom and Beyond

Lately, there has been so much chatter about the future of work, but perhaps what we should concentrate more effort on is the future of learning. After all, learning is what prepares us for the working world, right? Or maybe it's just the opposite: The working world should perpetuate our ability to learn. Show More Summary

The 4 Most Common Causes of Cash Flow Challenges (and what to do about them)

One of the biggest obstacles to scaling your company is cash flow. Yet when a company struggles with cash flow they generally have a knee-jerk reaction, "We need more sales." The painful truth is that often more sales is the worst thing...Show More Summary

The No-Process Process

You may not think you have anything to learn from an ant -- and you'd probably be right. But don't write off the colony as a whole, because it might have something to teach you. Ants, you see, are masters of collaboration. Observe their process of locating a food source: it looks like utter chaos. Show More Summary

Do Manners Still Matter as a Leader?

We are at our best with those random acts of kindness to strangers. Coworkers and family members don't fare so well. The reasons vary: We take them for granted and think they'll love us anyway. Or maybe familiarity breeds irritability. Whatever the cause, rudeness has ruined family relationships. Show More Summary

Crystal Jiang: Listen to Your Mentor and Keep Hustling

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. How does one get a job at one of the most exciting tech startups in...Show More Summary

Blessed Be the Housekeeping Staff

I've often told young college-shoppers: Don't just consider how strong the academics are, or how good the football team is, or even how you like the campus or the town. All of those are good questions, but make sure you also ask: "What...Show More Summary

Trusting the Crowd and the Machines

We exist in a context that is constantly and rapidly changing and the way we work is central to that change. Economic growth used to mean more jobs but that is no longer the case. These days, output can grow overall, with no increase in employment. Show More Summary

Pauline Pangan:Invest Your Time in Learning

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. From events management to quickly becoming the founder of one of the...Show More Summary

Joey Alarilla: Reinvent and Continue Innovating for Growth

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. Joey Alarilla, Director of Social Media and Engagement at Tribal Worldwide...Show More Summary

Paul Malicki: Increase Your Value by Becoming an Expert in Your Area

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. Starting his first business at the age of 15, Paul Malicki, CMO ofShow More Summary

Breaking a Silence -- Colleges and the Changing World of Work

"The Changing World of Work -- What Do We Need of Higher Education?" On January 21, 2015 at the National Press Club in Washington, a group of civic, educational, business, labor and community groups will launch a national conversation...Show More Summary

7 Mindfulness Tips for Happiness at Work

So many people are miserable at work! Millions, it turns out. No matter what the "work" is -- corporate leaders, cashiers and food service employees, entrepreneurs -- we're a culture of misery when it comes to work. And the costs of that misery are high indeed, both in the workplace, as well as for individuals. Show More Summary

Mapping America's Most Popular Burger Chains

By: Matt Lynch and Cody Kestigian Credit: Jennifer Bui Between fear-mongering documentaries and an ever-increasing number of people convinced they're allergic to gluten, it's tough out there in the burger game, but that hasn't stopped many a burger brand from taking hold of America's hearts, minds, and wallets. Show More Summary

Tips for Multitasking With Time Management

Multitasking is not for everyone. A lot of people think that they are multitasking when all they're doing is making more work. When we multitask we need to take into consideration time management. We also need to have the ability to actually focus with intensity on each task equally. Show More Summary

Women in Business: Courtney Klein Co-Founder & CEO of SEED SPOT

Courtney Klein is Co-Founder and CEO of SEED SPOT, a nonprofit incubator based in Phoenix that works to increase the odds of success for passionate social entrepreneurs who are committed to solving important societal issues. SEED SPOT...Show More Summary

Women in Business: Judy Wellfare, Executive Creative Director, Plus

British-born and raised in China, Judy's creative pursuits have taken her on a global adventure. With a resume encompassing extensive international experience, and a passion for storytelling, Judy brings a wealth of expertise and insight...Show More Summary

10 Effective Tips For Frustrated Midlifers Seeking A Job

Today's job search is a difficult process. If you're currently out there looking for work, you know the roadblocks, frustrations and daily grind involved in finding a new position. Plus, if you're over 50, you have additional hurdles to overcome. Show More Summary

Where Is Homeownership Within Reach Of The Middle Class And Millennials?

Despite high household incomes, San Francisco is the least affordable metro, with just 15% of homes within reach of the middle class. Affordability has deteriorated over the past year in Austin and Miami. The most affordable marketsShow More Summary

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