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The 10 Characteristics Of A Future Facing Company

by Tendayi Viki, Forbes.com
August 8, 2017

Running a startup is difficult. But most startup founders have it easy compared to corporate entrepreneurs trying to innovate within an established company. Innovators in large companies often find themselves surrounded by slowing moving institutions with traditional management practices. Most corporate management tools were developed during an era when the world moved at a much...[Click to read more]

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9 Factors To Ensure Your Cybersecurity Policy Works For Your Staff, Not Against Them

by William H. Saito, Forbes.com
August 8, 2017

Companies and organizations are still struggling to deal with ransomware, a cyberattack in which user data is encrypted and held hostage, supposedly until a ransom is paid. This trend looks set to continue and perhaps even intensify. I often get asked by executive management about what they should be doing and what questions they need...[Click to read more]

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WHY REMOTE JOBS ARE PERFECT FOR STUDENTS

by Terrica Singletary, Studybreaks.com
August 8, 2017

The formula for the typical nine-to-five job is mundane: Throw in some groggily coming into consciousness at seven or eight in the morning, add a little running around to get showered and dressed and top it off with some rushing off to work, barely making it on time. The excruciating combination does not end there. Next, throw in a...[Click to read more]

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This Is What It Takes To Get A Regular Job After Giving Up On Self-Employment

by RICH BELLIS, Fastcompany.com
August 8, 2017

Osvaldo Ruiz has no trouble recalling how “cutthroat” the mortgage industry was in 2005, and how many “dubious people” were out there hawking mortgages nobody could afford. That’s because it was the year he quit his full-time job in construction “with hopes of becoming a real estate mogul,” a dream that Ruiz sounds glad didn’t pan out...[Click to read more]

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Ask Yourself These 5 Questions Before Deciding On A Leadership Style

by XIMENA VENGOECHEA, Fastcompany.com
August 8, 2017

First-time managers often ask themselves how to develop a leadership style that suits them: “Who should I model myself after? What kind of leader should I be?” It’s great to think critically about your approach to managing others, particularly when you’re new to it, but these questions won’t exactly help you. That’s because they assume that leadership...[Click to read more]

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The increasing impact of the digital workplace

by Nick Ismail, Information-age.com
August 7, 2017

What effect is digital having on the workplace? From remote working and cloud computing to artificial intelligence and automation, how people interact with their colleagues and clients is changing Over most people’s careers, they now spend more than a third of their waking hours at work. Estimates have the average person spending more than 90,000 hours...[Click to read more]

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