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Even as companies are consolidating their hold on markets, tools are emerging to give consumers fire power.
Voice interfaces like Amazon's Alexa are very engaging. A four-step model explains the psychology behind what makes the technology so habit-forming.
A study of Sender Score by Return Path shows a good reputation increases email delivery dramatically.
Whether you're sharing rides or sharing your home, you also need to share with the IRS.
There are 3 stages we all experience with significant change or stress. Knowing how yours work can prepare you to react better in the future.
If you assign a skills-based challenge during a tech interview, don't just assess task completion. Also evaluate how the candidate behaves during the process.
And how you can use design thinking to burn through the bad ideas that lead to good ones.
Credibility with your team can make all the difference at a critical moment.
The golf swing is a brilliant metaphor for what it takes to drive change
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Certainly, there are benefits to everyone walking around with a mini computer all the time. But what about all the downsides?
Get the most of your day by adopting the nightly habits of the most successful people.
A story of values, living by my values, and empathy for people--the foundation of leadership
The key to massive productivity is doing the work. Even imperfectly. The best plan won't do you any good if it prevents you from getting started.
There are a few things most people get wrong about narcissists.
State and local tax credits have attributed to the world's top 3 billionaires- Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, and Jeff Bezos rise to the top.
Looking for a great leadership or business book that will provide new perspectives? Look no farther.
If you're simply giving your entry-level employees grunt work, you might be missing out on some real diamonds in the rough.
Knowing the difference between the two is key to building a successful business.
Artificial intelligence is playing a more significant role in business than ever before. Research firm IDC predicts that the the market for AI will increase from $8 billion in 2016 to $47 billion by 2020 impacting all business practices across almost every industry; here's a look at just one of them - HR and recruiting