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Fergie performed a jazzy rendition of the national anthem. It did not go well.

Alright, where do you even start with a performance like this. Pop star and Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie opened the NBA All-Star game with her rendition of the national anthem, and by goodness, it was an interesting rendition to say the least. SEE
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Windows 10 is adding an 'Ultimate Performance' mode for high-end PCs

Microsoft is adding a new enhanced power mode to Windows 10 Pro for users who need to squeeze every ounce of performance out of their computer. The new power mode is a feature of the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17101, released Wednesday. The
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Watch this Olympic skater perform to Beyoncé

Who run the world? French Olympic figure skater Maé-Bérénice Méité, who on Sunday in Pyeongchang performed her short program to Beyoncé's anthem "Run The World (Girls)," and a cover of "Halo."  Though M
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Kesha’s Grammy performance brought the music world to tears

Kesha’s performance of “Praying” at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards was emotionally charged and made a powerful statement about #MeToo. The song was inspired by her allegedly abusive relationship and failed legal battle with music
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What sort of performance?

It's not unusual for something to be positioned as the high performance alternative. The car that can go 0 to 60 in three seconds, the corkscrew that's five times faster, the punch press that's incredibly efficient... The thing is, though,... 
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Emotions Are Good For Leaders – and For an Organization’s Performance, Too

Most readers know that I’m focused these days on the intersection of culture, organization performance, and humanity in the workplace. Deloitte’s new culture change solution unit, CulturePath, has just published a white paper that has an
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People with similar movement rates improve group performance

From: www.business-standard.com Via: twitter.com People with similar movement rates improve group performance https://t.co/kfk2JXbUrs by @bsindia
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Outperforming in turbulent times

A few years ago, I found myself working with two companies from the same industry. They were of the same size and pursuing similar strategies. But the two companies could not have been more different. One was a really high performing organisation
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When Do You Need A Strategy Consultant?

There is rarely a CEO or entrepreneur who has never felt the need for advice. The majority, however, do not engage consultants. They try and figure things out by themselves, sometimes not so well. In my consulting experience of nearly

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