by Josh Linkner
You put systems in place. You train your employees. You pride yourself on delivering excellence. However, no matter how hard you try, there will always be…
SAP’s Social Sabbatical program offers short-term assignments to high-performing employees who participate in international, cross-functional teams dedicated to solving business challenges for entrepreneurs and small businesses in emerging markets….
International Women’s Day has been observed, in some form, since the early 1900s. Since its birth in the socialist movement, International Women’s Day has shifted from
by David Escue, Data Privacy Officer, North America, SAP
The latest news on Edward Snowden, the programmer who disclosed a trove of top-secret National Security Agency documents, shows how he used cheap and widely available tools to scrape data…
U.S. News just came out with its ranking of the 100 best jobs for 2014. No. 1 on the list? Software developer, based on salary, job openings, advancement…
by Josh Linkner
From a young age, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was considered a musical prodigy and throughout his life, he composed an incredible volume: 600 works….
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 Rick Dutta, CEO, NexVisionIX
It seems you can’t go more than a few days without news of another retailer investigating a data
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
This is a personal story of brand confusion. The experience was brought to mind by a recent New Yorker column, by the always-excellent James Surowieki,…