Ava S. Butler shares the six characteristics of predictable surprises, from the book Predictable Surprises: The Disasters You Should Have Seen Coming and How to Prevent Them.
Gleb Tsipursky recently had an article published in Inc.com that explains the deeper reasons why virtual platforms deprive us from meeting many basic human needs that work culture once fulfilled.
Allan Steinmetz shares a post on brand purpose and uses a recent commercial by P&G to illustrate the benefits of a singular emotional brand purpose and the power of love in marketing.
Maureen Dolan Bala tackles the issue of race inequality in an article that not only addresses racial inequality but also identifies the problem of being accused of performative empathy, which causes many supporters to refrain from adding their opinion to the discussion.
If innovation is a key factor that determines the success of a business, is it time to check your innovation status? Coonoor Behal provides an article that can help you find out if your company is innovative.
With issues of climate change becoming more severe and more apparent and more widespread, more of us are taking steps to do what we can where we can. However, before planning action, it’s a good idea to get an idea of your carbon footprint. Carolina Miranda explains why it’s important to know and offers […]
Clara Chorley defines ‘scrappy’ in a positive light and explains how it could be a good tactic to employ. Read the full article, How Getting Scrappy Gets Everything You Want, on ClarityUnlimited.com.
From Yusuf Moolla’s company blog, a post that asks “Is big data more valuable than smaller data?” and explains five ways to extract value from data. Read the full article, Small datasets for audits: 5 ways to extract value, on riskinsights.com.
Barbara Carkenord provides a few key factors to help you be more efficient, effective, and easy to work with, which ultimately sets you on the path to a successful career. Read the full post, Make it Easy for People to Work with You, on carkenord.com.