I am often asked by my students and business colleagues for career advice and while I could probably ramble on for hours about this topic, more often than not I revert to the basics.
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by David Escue, Data Privacy Officer, North America, SAP
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If you watch Switch and Shift TV, you already know my favorite hobby: I collect fascinating people! I’ve been doing it my whole life, though since my first tweet in 2009… let’s just say, social has been
Dread and joyful anticipation. That sums up my spirit as I picked up a recent issue of TIME magazine.
Does anyone still go to TIME for news?
Its cover story on The Mindful Revolution
The scale and duration of the downturn has forced many employees to look afresh at the whole area of training and professional development—one that was previously guided by an employer.
This post is part of the HBR Insight Center Making Collaboration Work.
Last week I arrived home from work to see my 8th grade son toiling away on a science fair project
by Eric Lowitt, Managing Director of Nexus Global Advisors and author of “The Collaboration Economy”
Do you remember the first time you went swimming in a pool? Momentary excitement disappeared