A conference regular shares why she keeps coming back.
Matt Robare asks: “Has anyone ever studied productivity gains from decline of 3-martini lunch + other day drinking?” I don’t know of any great papers that look at the specific history of this. It’s worth noting that cause and effect can be hard to disentangle.
We’re living in a mobile world—you use your smartphone to find out the latest headlines; tablet to watch videos; and E-readers to learn a little more about your industry. It’s hard to remember a time without a gadget in the palm of your hands, and why would you want to? Everything is done at your […]
Phil Bronstein, former executive vice president at the San Francisco Chronicle, talks about the future of digital media. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.”
Management can sometimes be an act of faith, particularly when the people you hire have a questionable past. One approach to giving people a second chance.
Roseman explains exactly how he designs interview processes from top to bottom to build an effective organization, regardless of size or resources.
I attended my first SXSW Interactive 2 years ago in support of a startup that has since disappeared from the limelight. My partners and I roamed the streets of Austin with an intern dressed as a bunny.
At their core, Facebook and LinkedIn are social networks. With one big difference: Facebook has over 1 billion members and LinkedIn has “only” 238 million.
Generation Y is becoming one of the most difficult generations to retain in the workforce. Learn how to retain the millennial employees in your workforce.
In today’s social-media dominated environment, a firing can have serious negative consequences on the reputations of both the employee and the employer.
We tend to over-complicate things in life, and when it comes to defining what successful leadership looks like, we really, really, over-complicate it.
Engagement in the workplace has plummeted and a lot of people don’t like their jobs. Use these tips to figure out how your company’s employees truly…
Google’s “20% time,” which allows employees to take one day a week to work on side projects, effectively no longer exists. That’s according to former Google employees, one who spoke to Quartz on the condition of anonymity and others who have said it publicly. What happened to the company’s most famous and most imitated perk?
Craigslist is once again being blamed by some for the decline of the newspaper industry, since it allegedly siphoned off billions in advertising revenue — but this ignores all of the other factors that combined to disrupt the newspaper business.