Dionne Lew

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House Of Fraser Twitter Account's 'Emojinal' Campaign Backfires After Customers Believe It Had Been Hacked

When it comes to viral marketing campaigns, brands are always seeking new and innovative ways to get into your timeline and news feed.<p>But House of …

Why Isn’t Equality In Leadership Skills Changing The Number Of Female Leaders?

Both men and women score similarly in their ability to drive business, but fewer women are rising beyond lower management.<p>Here’s a new angle on the gender divide in leadership: Men and women score nearly equally in their ability to drive businesses, but fewer women are able to get beyond …

5 futuristic oddities from the weird world of wearable tech

By Dominic Basulto<p>, Contributor, Innovations<p>When futurists first began to predict the merging of man and machine, they surely couldn’t have predicted this: wearable furniture. The Japanese-made Archelis is literally a wearable chair that surgeons can “wear” during long operating procedures. And …

7 worthwhile ways to automate social media

Social media is an essential part of 21st century life. And, that’s especially true for business owners who are looking to connect with customers, …

LinkedIn reveals the top skills Canadian employers are looking for

Looking for a new job in 2016?<p>You might want to top up your statistical analysis and data mining skills, a new analysis suggests.<p>According to data …

IBM is ditching its contentious employee review system for one that employees asked for

It is ditching its 10-year-old system and using a new one crafted in conjunction with the employees themselves, IBM's chief human resource officer Diane Gherson told Fortune, and IBM also told Business Insider.<p>IBM's old performance review system was somewhat notorious.<p>It was your classic annual …

Employment

A Google exec shares the 4 biggest leadership lessons he's learned throughout his career

In a recent interview with the The New York Times' Adam Bryant, Amit Singh, president of Google for Work, shared some of the biggest lessons he learned early in his career.<p>Here are four of them:

Leadership

This computer can tell what people are thinking instantaneously

A new computer program can decode people's thoughts almost in real time, new research shows.<p>Researchers can predict what people are seeing based on …