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Disruption experts Thales Teixera at Harvard Business School, Julian Birkinshaw at London Business School, and Terence Mauri explain everything you need to know about disruption, including what it is, how it happens and how leaders and companies can become disruptors instead of victims of disruption
Many organisations have adopted a more self-directed approach to learning, which means that leaders might be directed to read books and articles or given access to a huge library of online material. But according to Evan Sinar at DDI, Anthony Carnevale at Georgetown University Center for Education and the Workforce, and Rebecca Ray at The Conference Board, this is the wrong approach.
Is the IT talent shortage real or not? If it's real, what's causing the shortage? Sylvain Kalache at Holberton School, Dr. Arthur Langer at Columbia University's Center for Tech Management, David Armendariz at Lucas Group, and other experts discuss the issues.
Only 20% of engineering graduates are women, but Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering made history in 2016 when over half of the students receiving a bachelor’s degree in engineering were women. Professor and instructional designer Petra Bonfert-Taylor, plays a major role in achieving gender parity in this area.
Many experts recommend writing a personal offer letter to the seller - but not everyone agrees. Realtors debate the pros and cons of this strategy.
Corporate citizenship, also known as corporate social responsibility (CSR), is becoming more important to employees, consumers and society. But what is corporate citizenship, why is it so important (or why should it be important) to companies and how can your company be socially responsible?
Hannah Yeo, Color & Design Expert at Benjamin Moore, shares geographic design trends in how colors are being used with Freshome.
Taking on a home renovation can improve your property's value, remedy any nagging structural or cosmetic flaws, and generally make your place way more comfortable to live in. However, no matter how good your intentions may be, a hasty home overhaul can actually wind up costing you.
Perhaps nowhere is the marriage between form and function more apparent than in faucets. In your kitchen and bathrooms, and even in your laundry room or at your bar, faucets are not only practical, but can also be pieces of art.
The gender pay gap is slowly closing, according to a new report by Glassdoor Economic Research. Amanda Stansell, economic research analyst at Glassdoor, explains the data.
We're willing to bet you've seen at least one home makeover shows motivating regular folks to get into the business of buying distressed houses, renovating them, and selling them. But the reality is a bit more complicated than these heavily edited TV versions of real life would suggest.