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An Ode To Millennials In The Workplace

Generation Y is derided in the media and typecast in the business world for its perceived collective traits: A need for recognition, a perceived lack…
Automotive Security Updates For Safer Car Rides In Future

Automotive Security Updates For Safer Car Rides In Future

The world of automobiles is evolving fast, driven by the ever advancing world of technology. With every passing day, new cars are being introduced in the market. These cars have different…
The Hardline Store Is Dead, Long Live The Store

The Hardline Store Is Dead, Long Live The Store

by Gerry Yeo, Retail Industry Principle, SAP Hardline retailers are experiencing yet another tectonic shift. Customer experiences that used to be confined to brick and mortar stores have…
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The Rise Of Warm Data

by Chris Brogan Imagine this: after a long day of travel, with a flight delay thrown in for fun, I wearily arrive at The Best Hotel That Doesn’t Yet Exist and wave a bar code at the lobby kiosk. The…
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Omnichannel To Brick-And-Mortar: You Will Be Assimilated

by Kevin Carlson, Vice president and chief security officer, Optaros A recent piece on the HBR blog takes an interesting position on the future of…
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Social Media Is The Zoo Of The Internet

I love taking trips to the Baltimore Aquarium and Philadelphia Zoo because I get to see all the beautiful fish, powerful animals, and how they look in their (albeit…
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Audacious Tactics For Fighting Poverty

Editor’s Note: This article is part of our My Story Millennial Campaign contest series where we’re featuring the best of the millennial voices. Be sure to keep track of the series HERE.
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The “Agile” Approach To Consumer Product Marketing

The term “agile” is most familiar to people involved with software development, but the basic concepts can be applied to consumer products successfully as well. At least two…
Can Corporate Learning Really Be Something Employees Crave?

Can Corporate Learning Really Be Something Employees Crave?

Some employees equate learning at their job with going to the dentist – it’s a necessary evil and it’s best to just get it done, especially if they want to advance in their career. But that’s all changing these days…
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Managing Cash In A Networked Economy

As more and more trading partners leverage business networks to manage invoices and payments, a term has emerged to describe the phenomenon: “the networked economy.” In most cases, discussions…
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