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Challenge your assumptions
Look into your own business and personal beliefs. Where are the inherent assumptions you should be challenging about your employees, your clients, your market and ...
The futurist: Should bots have bank accounts?
The year is 2027, and Winston, a newly born house-bot charged with doing a number of domestic chores including cleaning, meal prep, laundry, and building maintenance, ...
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Harness your positive power
Self-motivation is the stuff of successful people everywhere. These "winners" in our society don't wait for permission to try the next bright idea, ...
Health care’s perfect storm
Today we are seeing a “perfect storm” that is enabling the next shift in employee benefits. Following the enacting of the Affordable Care ...
Your mission—should you choose to accept it
We work hard to nurture a staff that understands company culture and expectations, we are able to trust our employees to do the right thing. ...
The futurist: The value of a human life
What’s the value of a human life? For some of you, this is a very disconcerting question, because it attempts to put a ...
The age of the “intrapreneur”
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Top Companies 2014: Working with purpose
Make no mistake, the basis for business is to make money. That hasn’t changed since the dawn of capitalism. But increasingly, companies that ...
Exploring servant leadership
The leader serves? The power is with the followers to determine whom they choose to follow willingly? It was a mind-flip that has stayed with ...
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