This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about the alleged "insider trading" at daily fantasy sports sites, a successful entrepreneur who fled Vietnam as a child, and a robot that teaches kids how to code.
We don’t need to prove it because we can all see it.
The biggest reason we hire people is because they have skill sets that meet our current needs. But business needs change and, perhaps more frequently, employees’ lives change: people have babies, get married, move on to new opportunities. It may look like you have every skill your department needs on paper, but when you face […]
And they reduce costs too.
The trailers for: "99 Homes" "Manhattan" "Gorky Park" "Great Expectations"
Research reveals how activist investors help and hurt.
The Fairphone is thicker than the latest iPhone or Samsung flagship, but that’s the point. Instead of packing everything into a tiny case and keeping it there with glue, the Fairphone is designed to be taken apart. The lightweight magnesium frame supports modules that can be easily replaced by the user. Show More Summary
I'm watching a show called Project Greenlight these days on HBO. The arc of this reality series is Matt Damon and Ben Affleck run a contest to pick a amateur director to make a movie in Hollywood. The Director is...
Plan B may be as complicated as Plan A so it doesn't make sense to view it as an easy road to salvation. If it is so much easier, why wasn't it Plan A?
Don’t dwell on your differences.
The announcement marks the 26th time the Norwegian Nobel Committee has bestowed the prestigious award on a group or organization, rather than on a single leader or individual.
Warning! Use this book with caution...so begins Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin's beautifully illustrated children's book "The rabbit who wants to fall asleep" a carefully written and annotated book which sets out to provide, "a new way of getting children to sleep". Show More Summary
Employee Engagement: Problem or Experience? Ultimately to me, engagement is not a problem to be solved. It is an experience to be lived, a result to be achieved, a relationship to be built, and a work-based pathway to well-being. ~ David Zinger Keep that in mind as you work today. If you want a little more about […]
Advice from Susan Cain, author of Quiet.
The trend reflects the financial pressure that Netflix is facing as it competes against Amazon.com, HBO and other services for the rights to TV series and movies that will expand its audience.
We visited Zappos in Las Vegas last week and saw this epic prank video :) Ever done something like that in your workplace?
Sometimes you take the hit (even though you don't deserve it) or you give credit to others (even though they don't deserve it). Sometimes you bite your tongue and let another person make the discovery or take the lead. Don't think it goes unnoticed.
Independent wealth management firm Aspiriant hosted Stanford psychologist Fred Luskin Wednesday to help clients put things in perspective.
If there is such a thing as 'the right stuff' in piloting, then it is experience. - Chuck Yeager
Where do you get your best ideas? How do you find the time to work on them? Is there a place you go to find your Flow? Flow is Happiness Getting in the flow is a good thing and something everyone should strive for as often as possible. Show More Summary