Grandiose lobbies and big-shot offices are outBy Stephen Dynia
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Office design for a new generation
The 9 to 5 work schedule no longer exists. People may have their best ideas, or strongest work drive, at 2 a.m. rather than 2 p.m. ...
Why soccer = real life
NFL wide receivers know when they won’t be getting the ball so they run three-quarter speed, and they play only half the game. ...
Executive wheels: Chrysler goes “clunk”
Except for the modern upgrades in equipment and quality, this Chrysler 300 feels too old-timey for my tastes. It’s a big, quite-square sedan – ...
Chef Laura: Luck o’ the Irish
From across a room, if you saw a tray of opaque, amber-colored beers go by and one of them had an orange slice in it, ...
The futurist: Confessions of an epiphany junkie
I’ve become an epiphany junkie, always in search of the next great revelation. But there’s a big difference between a minor ...
The definition of business insanity
There are several things businesspeople (and spouses and parents) do that aren’t quite as ridiculous as handling snakes and force-feeding kids but are ...
Top five tips for workplace wellness programs
The idea of launching a wellness program, however, can seem daunting – especially for small businesses, which often lack the resources of their larger counterparts. ...
Avoiding the back-pay double whammy
Historically, liquidated damages were only collected when the Wage and Hour Division (WHD) won a court settlement. Now, the WHD has begun assessing liquidated damages ...
Top 10 keys to corporate talent development
Boards know that having the right team of executives is critical to a successful strategy; however, the talent pool of executives, who can help accomplish ...
Redefining the modern Rocky Mountain city
Regional collaboration and uplifting the urban metropolis are the keys to economic and political recovery, said officials meeting at the 4th annual Rocky Mountain CitySummit ...
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