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As more independent professionals and companies outsource to find talent or reduce costs, Amit Bhambi provides useful information to consider before committing to centralizing or outsourcing plans.

Alistair Hodgett provides three points to consider when reviewing corporate social responsibility and reputation.

Innovation is the child of creativity; however, it can be difficult to access the creative potential of your team. Peet van Biljon offers steps you can take to encourage creative thinking and tap into new ideas.

As any business owner knows, it can be difficult to keep yourself and your staff motivated and productive. These five hacks from the Burnie Group can inspire engagement and promote productivity in the workplace.  

From Soyini Coke, a podcast and article that interviews CEOs on their experiences with lawsuits. Valuable advice and best practices on how to navigate the process of a lawsuit.

Kaihan Krippendorff from Outthinker posts an interesting article that examines two  marketing strategies: the strategic principle of “preferential access to resources”  and  one of “locking up resources” in a bid to dominate the market.

Self-confessed millennial Evren Ozkaya discusses the future of self-driving supply chains and the effect that will have on employment and, subsequently, society.

From David A. Fields, valuable and practical solutions to situations consultants often face; in this case, turning a cancelled project into a future project while also  improving client relations.  David is the author of two highly-rated books, The Irresistible Consultant’s Guide to Winning Clients and The Executive’s Guide to Consultants

What do VCs look for in an investment? Valuable advice from Sanjay Ghandi for entrepreneurs and startups that identifies 5 steps VCs follow to evaluate an investment, and 3 steps all entrepreneurs should follow.  

And finally this week, found in the archives of Elizabeth Edersheim’s website, a sound reminder of the four freedoms from Franklin D. Roosevelt’s State of the Union address in 1941.