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Are You the Leader They’ll Thank On Your Last Day?

“This is when you know that you have achieved something important by creating an amazing team and they thank you like this on your last day.” That was a lead-in quote from a video of the GM of the Address...
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How and Why to Make Onboarding a Strategic Priority

For several years, organizations viewed the process of onboarding new hires as the automation of required tasks like completing paperwork, and then it was often up to the new employee to integrate into their new surroundings. But focusing on
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Why a Compensation Strategy Is a Must

How many of you reading this article have a piece of paper that you can lay your hands on, one with the title, “Compensation Strategy”? Do you know if such a document exists in your organization? The common response at...
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Four Questions to Ask about Networking Mentors

We don’t teach networking in colleges and universities hardly anywhere in the world — we didn’t when I went to school, and we still don’t today.  I meet so many entrepreneurs who are hungry to learn how to network effectively.  Many things
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Innovation falters when regulation doesn't lead tech but follows it

From: Buisness-standard By Aditya Shukla Recommended by: business-standard The last few decades of human civilisation have been the most significant in terms of technological progress. The rapid advances of sciences is resulting
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Implementing Innovations Requires a “Future-Acting” Workforce

If your firm competes against serial innovation and top-market-cap firms like Amazon, Apple, and Google, you already know that you must match their “speed of innovation.” But you might not realize that to reach that speed, you also need
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Five Strategies for Slaying the Data Puking Dragon.

From:   By: Avinash Kaushik Via: My post... Five Strategies for
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Let it go

Joe paced back and forth in his sister's kitchen one Sunday before dinner.  His sister Carol recognized the worried look on his face and called him over to where she stood next to the sink. "Hey Joe, can you hold on to this for me?" 
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A Better Business through a Great Place to Work for All

“What it means to be a great workplace has evolved. We have entered a new era, a new frontier in business. Our economy has evolved through agrarian, industrial, and ‘knowledge’ phases to the point where the essential qualities of human beings—things