Each week we like to bring you a collection of the blog posts that have taught us the most or that cause us to look at business in a new way. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.
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“Leadership is a dance, not a parade.” That’s Jesse Lyn Stoner writing about hierarchies falling in business. She challenges the conventional view of leadership as a pyramid, and presents a compelling case for flattened, streamlined forms of organization.
Online universities are popping up all over the digital landscape. Does this obviate the need for quads and dorms? And what impact does this have on the labor coming to your business’ doorstep?
Fluctuating market conditions are of great concern for customers over the age of 50, who have pressing decisions waiting as to their retirement income. Unfortunately, the kind of help they need is seldom available with current financial advisor models.
Standing out in the workplace may not require much of what we learned in school. We tend to think that notebooks full of information will equip us with the right tools to succeed. Do they? Have they?
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