The passing of a music legend gives way to nuimerous leadership insights, too.
Let’s stop making it all about millennials for a second.
Most freelancers don’t love LinkedIn as they build a small business — it takes too long to get responses and it’s hard to ‘bid’ or ‘price’ gig work. But … LinkedIn is about to change all that.
OK, OK — there’s no such thing as a perfect employee. That’s probably true. But if you want to design a really good one, there are a couple of things to take into account — or so says Cushman Wakefield CIO Adam Stanley.
Work is something you do, not a place where you go ! Millenials will make 50% of our workforce by 2020. Millenials are reshaping the workplace. Companies ability to attract, motivate, retain and develop young leaders will make or break your company in the coming years. After competitive pay and benefits, the top things employees […]
Let’s start with a simple (or maybe not-so-simple) question: Does modern technology help us to be more productive? This one can often elicit a quick response. Yes! :: People who answer this way remember that there was a time when information, and therefore business, moved at the speed of rotatory-dial phones and the US Postal Service. Now they send […]
I am sure some of you are in the ‘Struggle’ phase today — and maybe have been for a few days. You are a leader and your team seems to be all over the map with the project you are working on – or not working on. Or, you just can’t seem to get started […]
Since 2012, I have been involved in the seemingly contradictory practice of “Designing Serendipity.” For many, serendipity is simply an inexplicable lucky accident. Such a view is neither useful nor historically accurate. Horace Walpole coined the term in 1754 to describe the ‘faculty of making happy and unexpected discoveries by accident.’ It is in this […]
For better or worse, whenever a calendar year turns from one to the next, we have a tendency to evaluate, reflect, attempt to prioritize, and resolve that X-things will happen in (later year) that didn’t happen in (earlier year). This is good, all told: it’s hard to move forward in life if you never evaluate or […]
A cornerstone of resiliency rests in the ability to be adaptable, to respond in multiple ways to any given circumstance. Alas, easy to say harder to do because of routine. Consider the fate of Howard Johnson’s restaurants. At one point in time, the orange tile roof eatery could be found across all major highways and […]