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Leadership skills: Walt Disney on visionary leadership.
Workplace cultures: Who names the generations?
Self-awareness: The untold story of the Brooklyn Bridge.
|Sales and marketing
|The butterfly and the passerby
What important aspect of sales and
marketing can we learn from a butterfly
and a passerby? Do not fall prey to the
latest shopping trend.
|The chair that did not exist
Students were challenged by the teacher's
instruction on the whiteboard to "prove this
chair does not exist. Many wrote long
answers but one only needed two words.
|How to change your company culture
If you have decided to join the trend toward
contemporary management do you know
where to start? Let's answer the top-down,
|Human resources success
|Lincoln on preparation
If you gave the 16th President of the United
States six hours to cut down a tree what
would he do first? His answer gives us
insight into drawing a strategic plan.
|Ensuring up-to-date job descriptions
One of the most difficult tasks in human
resources is keeping job descriptions up
to date. Here is a simple way to keep them
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|Thought for the week
|The quality of a leader is reflected in
the standards they set for