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Redesigning Work from Fixed Roles to Dynamic Jobs

Redesigning Work from Fixed Roles to Dynamic Jobs

For decades, companies have designed work as fixed roles with a title, department, and defined set of responsibilities. Employees started their careers in entry-level positions […]

3 Ways American Businesses Can Overcome Their Data Integration Concerns

3 Ways American Businesses Can Overcome Their Data Integration Concerns

Data integration is the process by which information is collected from multiple sources, combined and reconciled in a centralized location, and then used to provide […]

The Remote Workplace: Communicating in an Offsite World

The Remote Workplace: Communicating in an Offsite World

To prevent more cases of COVID-19, many companies this week were told that their employees could no longer come into the office. Everyone who could […]

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working long hours

Work Smarter, Not Longer: Why Marissa Mayer Sets A Bad Example

How can we work smarter during prime working hours? Find out why following Marissa Mayer’s 130-hour workweek is unrealistic, and won’t help us to succeed in our careers.




stress and mindfulness

Mindfulness: The Key To Conquering Stress

Author/coach Mary Schiller explains that we cannot “catch” stress from a conversation, a relationship, a situation, an environment or a person. Mindfulness is key to conquering the feelings we associate with the concept of stress.




problem solving

Problem Solving: Einstein And Edison Did It Half Asleep

Need a new way of problem solving? Try using your half-asleep brain! Great minds such as Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison used “theta thinking.” You can, too.




annoying co-workers

When Annoying Co-Workers Push Your Buttons

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World-renowned thought leader on emotional intelligence, Daniel Goleman, shows how to deal with the actions and attitudes of annoying co-workers — by practicing mindfulness.



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