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Businesses also need to be flexible and adaptable to any possible change, a seminar heard yesterday. Speaking at the "100-year old company into a sustainable organisation" forum held by Krungthep Turakij newspaper, Aswin Techajaroenkul, president and
Job search Getty Images/iStockphoto Employment A diamond engagement ring at the Birks flagship store in Montreal...Photos.com Career Conduct I'm pretty sure I'm not the first person to have these types of anxieties, so hopefully exploring my
Bristol Mountain , a ski resort in upper New York State, began its Snow Angel program last year. Guests and staff who are witnessed performing an act of kindness -- such as brushing the snow off their neighbor's car windshield in the parking lot,
Business News How to set structures to foster innovation and creativity, then step back. It's no secret that innovation requires senior managers with backbone and brains. Often forgotten, however, is the fact that most of the heavy lifting of
A global survey of MBA applicants shows shifting trends in age, destination and salary expectations. Getty Images/iStockphoto gallery What were the most valuable connections you made during the program (e.g., professors, future colleagues, fellow
57 pm Follow Take a little boy and a little girl. A little boy falls down and the first thing we say as parents is 'Get up, shake it off...Don't cry.' When a little girl falls down, what do we say? 'It's going to be OK.' We validate their feelings.
Shutterstock Does it matter where your employees sit in the office? Actually, it matters quite a bit, says Ben Waber, president and CEO of Boston-based Sociometric Solutions, which studies workplace interaction using sensors and other methods.
Many people make the mistake of thinking that "management" and "leadership" are synonymous. But the practical implications of that mistake can lead to organizational pathology. The story of the rise and fall of Teva is about a Jerusalem
I have been a high-tech entrepreneur for nearly 20 years and have tried hard to learn from mistakes both the mistakes of others and my own. Here is a list of the four most common things I find are real differentiators in the success of a startup
We’ve all heard this line: it’s not personal; it’s business. If I could go back in time and wave my magic wand to eliminate one egregious sound bite from American business culture, this would be it. Business data doesn’t