Nobody should care about chalk these days. Chances are young kids don’t even know what it is given this age of advanced technology. So why are world-class mathematicians hoarding a special variety of the white stuff? Read More »
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Though we are only creeping into the fall months (with a slight glimpse of winter on the horizon), somewhere in the back of your brain you’re thinking about your company’s inventory and wondering: how are we going to prepare for holiday season 2015? Read More »
As a supervisor, you likely feel that you’re doing a pretty good job keeping things moving along at the company. People respect you, even if they don’t love you. Right? Not according to the data. Read More »
Trust is kind of a big deal in the workplace, to say the very least. I’ve probably mentioned it a time or two or 50, but if you don’t have trust in any relationship you ain’t gots no relationship. Read More »
Everybody wants to be more productive. A video from the Express & Star, the biggest selling regional evening newspaper in Britain, explains how small manufacturers are focusing on this challenge. Read More »
PowerPoint is the worst. Of all of the terrible ways to abuse an audience, few things seem as awful as what presenters tend to do with this technology. But, there is a better way. Read More »
Creativity is often discussed in business, but isn’t always valued. Today’s guest post from Allie Cooper argues that innovation is a hallmark of great leadership. Read More »
If you sit in an office all day, chances are you spend a good portion of your day hunched over a computer. To say the very least, such a posture can wreak havoc on your joints and muscles. It may be time to stretch. Read More »
Many employers are now considering a radical shift in their vacation policy: making it unlimited. Human resources expert Kristen Shingleton Deutsch explains the pros and cons of this strategy. Read More »
Businesses are started everyday. Some grow and succeed while others fail miserably. And while it may not sound appealing to air your failures on the web for all to see, it’s certainly a viable way to learn and share valuable lessons with others. Read More »
Let’s talk mistakes. Screwups. Errors in judgement. Stumbles, trips, and missteps. Everybody has them. But whose fault are they, really? It turns out that deciding who or what to blame may be the biggest failure of all. Read More »
The summer solstice is upon us–just two short weeks away. So, now that the season for sun and fun is here, how can we continue to achieve productivity in the office without sacrificing opportunities for relaxation? Read More »
Mission statements. Pretty much every large company has one, and lots of small companies do as well. But do these brief few words create alignment and clarity in your organization? Read More »