Exclusive! HBO Exec Carla Moore shares 4 leadership lessons from Game of Thrones.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides the first line of defense against dangerous flooding . . .
Like any lawyer, Tina Willis, owner of Tina Willis Law, a personal injury law firm in Orlando, Florida, frequently accesses court records electronically. But as a general rule, she tries to avoid PACER. That’s because PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) requires payment to access certain documents—costs she has to pass on to her clients . . .
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.
An Accenture study reveals that 58% of executives believe their company’s strategy is very dependent on innovation, while 26% said it was extremely dependent on it. According to a McKinsey survey, 84% of executives say innovation is critical for their business, but only 6% say they’re pleased with the outcome. And they can’t really identify the problem . . .
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.
If you’ve ever stayed in a luxury hotel, you probably didn’t want to leave. However, it’s possible to recreate that experience in your own home, and enjoy it every day…if you choose the right items.
With mortgage interest rates dropping because of the coronavirus outbreak, it may seem like the perfect time to refinance. But given the market’s volatility right now, is refinancing really a good idea?
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.
When soldiers from the radical ISIS army captured the Syrian city of Palmyra in 2015, they knew the world was watching. To make a statement, members of the group attached dynamite to the Palmyra archway monument, built by Romans in the third century, and detonated it. Historians from around the world were stunned: the internationally recognized ruin was now rubble. Could anything be done to help rebuild a priceless piece of antiquity?
Surprisingly, history’s best ally may be cutting edge tech...