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What can be learned from the implosion of WeWork's IPO

Given the weight of massive and continuously mounting evidence across all asset classes over extended time periods, seeking alpha in the financial markets is a strong form of optimism bias.

Digital transformation is paving the way to smart cities

Municipalities and governments that have not evolved into smart cities are less able to attract business investment, add jobs and build a sustainable economy.

It's time to look under the hood at your hiring procedures

You may have great intuition but a licensed psychologist who’s trained in evaluating psychological data, people dynamics and job performance will have insights you may not. Industrial organizational psychologists can better predict long-term job performance.

Consider Colorado Springs for Launching Your Sports Startup

Boasting more than 50 events and 85 guest speakers, Colorado Springs Startup Week gave the 1,000 or so attendees plenty of opportunities to learn, network and even see firsthand some of the city’s most promising local enterprises.

5 tips for protecting your employees as the temperature drops

By incorporating the right precautions, you can decrease your employees’ chances of being injured on the job by seasonal hazards.

Trapped with your coworkers: Escape rooms offer unique team-building

As a team-building exercise, few experiences can beat “escape rooms,” hour-long games in which participants solve puzzles and perform tasks to free themselves.

Your employees have voices. Listen to them.

Arguably, the most important thing corporate leaders can do to foster employee engagement is to listen When an employee is engaged at a high level, they don’t have time to think about working somewhere else

How to Make Your First (or Next) $100K

While women are making great strides as entrepreneurs, more needs to be done to improve the economic impact and success rate of the individual businesses.

The Wrong Way to Hire

If “good” isn’t the right word to describe the candidates you are considering, the word “perfect” is downright dangerous. There is no perfect candidate, and no one will be a perfect fit for the job or your culture.

Are you satisfied with who you are at work and at home?

Some days it feels like work-life balance is hard to achieve. Follow these tips to find new balance and alignment in your life, both personally and professionally.

How to make 'management by wondering' work for you

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal identified some research that questions the effectiveness of management by walking around. Here's how to make the most out of the management approach.

The State's Beer Business Experiences Growing Pains

Though craft beer remains popular and prosperous, the state’s rich brewing legacy is striving to overcome obstacles as it matures. The capital, distribution, sales, branding and promotion required to keep beer businesses afloat inevitably puts smaller, independent operations at a disadvantage.
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