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Top 50 Online Collaboration Tools for Productive Teams in 2018

Organizations today are spoilt for choice when it comes to online collaboration tools. The market for document-centric team collaboration software …

Project Management

The War for Talent Is Real, and the Solution Might Be in Your Backyard

These innovative leaders have started a program that keeps local college graduates in their communities as talented employees at local companies.<p>When your company is growing fast, you want a solid plan to find the right people to help you. The struggle is real for leaders when they lack a pool of …

Gulf Coast

3 Kinds of Superstar Bosses Employees Will Do Anything to Work For

To attract the very best people, you need to become the leader everyone wants to work for.<p>One day in 1978, Intel CEO and co-founder Andy Grove took a call from an executive at Silicon Valley pioneer Varian Associates. Ram Charan, the veteran CEO adviser, was sitting in Grove's office, and Grove let …

Leadership

Veteran-owned Black Rifle Coffee Company to invest $6M in Tennessee expansion

Black Rifle Coffee Company, the veteran-owned coffee roaster, plans to open a new facility in Tennessee as part of a $6 million investment.<p>The facility in Manchester, Tennessee—about 65 miles southeast of Nashville—will allow BRCC to increase production capacity to keep up with growing demand, …

Coffee

The Pygmalion Effect: Proving Them Right

<i>The Pygmalion Effect is a powerful secret weapon. Without even realizing it, we can nudge others towards success. In this article, discover how</i> …

Psychology

Stanford Medicine magazine explores the art and science of listening and hearing - Scope

I don’t usually think deeply about what I'm hearing all around me. If I do, it’s because I’m trying to block out irritating noises — a leaf blower or …

Stanford University

9 Web Tools for Creating Digital Magazines

<i>“Put it before them briefly so they will read it, clearly so they will appreciate it, picturesquely so they will remember it and, above all,</i> …

Education Technology

A New Look Inside Theranos’ Dysfunctional Corporate Culture

Alan Beam was sitting in his office reviewing lab reports when Theranos CEO and founder Elizabeth Holmes poked her head in and asked him to follow …

Genetic Engineering

PODCAST: Jason Trost "Managing Without Managers"

<i>Winning at Work is the new podcast from Forbes that helps you be more productive, happier, and get ahead at the office.</i><p><i>Whether you’re working at a startup or a big corporate, you can learn from the smartest people in European business. In every episode you’ll hear about the highs and lows of life</i> …

Entrepreneurship

WSJ’s John Carreyrou says Theranos is a ‘cautionary tale’ for the health-tech industry

The too-good-to-be-true company’s CEO, Elizabeth Holmes, was obsessed with Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.<p>In October 2015, Wall Street Journal investigative reporter John Carreyrou published his first article about health-tech startup Theranos, which had raised hundreds of millions of dollars toward …

Silicon Valley

Five Free Project Management Softwares To Better Handle The Job

5 min read<p>You're reading Entrepreneur Middle East, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.<p>If you’ve ever wondered if you have the time, budget, and people to get a job done, you have managed a project. The same applies if you’ve ever started a job only to see it grow and change until it …

Project Management

Why the pharmaceutical industry is giving up the search for an Alzheimer’s cure

Thanks to modern healthcare and improved living standards, life expectancy is predicted to surpass 80 years in most parts of the world by 2050. That’s the positive.<p>The negative is that will push the number of people in the world over the age of 60 to more than 2 billion, which in turn will make …

Dementia

What It Takes To Build An Innovative Business Model

Apart from having a strong foundation, there are certain traits that an entrepreneur should try to develop, like applying creativity and out-ofthe-box thinking.<p>4 min read<p>You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.<p>Why is the US or Israel so innovative? Why a …

Innovation

Trump is ‘going down’ — and here are all the reasons why

I’ve been “covering” the Trump story for over a year now, and I’m sick and tired of stacking up the details of his treachery day after day, week …

Donald Trump

Hospice, palliative care, and the healing of a life - Scope

The silence was poignant, and powerfully so. Gathered together in a small seminar room, medical students and seasoned physicians alike were …

Stanford University

How Millennials Are Changing The Way We View Leadership

In less than two years, Millennials will become the largest employee demographic. They’ve already become a major influence shaping the future of work, and as 10,000 Baby Boomers reach retirement age every day, they’re quickly advancing in the leadership ranks as well.<p><b>How will leadership change with</b> …

Leadership

What To Do When A Customer Is 'Wrong'

The customer is always right… right? Not necessarily.<p>Anyone who has spent time running a business knows there are times when a customer is completely wrong, whether that’s in their perception of your company or product, or their treatment of you and your staff. While your human instinct might tell …

Customers

Stars of Stanford Medicine: Improving public health by preventing disease - Scope

Raga Ayyagari left Dallas, Texas five years ago — with her twin sister, Sneha — to study human biology as an undergraduate at Stanford. Now, she's …

Public Health

Asking hard questions to reduce maternal mortality - Scope

It’s one of the hardest questions in medicine: Should hospitals ever stop spending money to avert certain preventable deaths?<p>Stanford obstetric …

Stanford University

5 Technologies every Entrepreneur Should Invest In

For the entire business realm, technology has become a rather indispensable part. When compared to the age-old commercial system, online marketing …

Project Management

Businesses Lose $75 Billion Due To Poor Customer Service

The numbers are out. NewVoiceMedia’s 2018 “Serial Switchers” report reveals that poor customer service is costing businesses more than $75 billion a year. That’s up $13 billion since its last report in 2016.<p>CEOs of companies large and small are recognizing the importance of delivering a better …

Customer Experience

10 Worst Mistakes You Can Make as A New Boss

Failure is the key to success; each mistake teaches us something.<p>If you have plans of becoming a manager or taking on any leadership position, you can help yourself tremendously by being aware of the mistakes that hurt the reputations and relationships of new bosses. Here are the ten most common …

Leadership

Hospitals See Growing Numbers Of Kids And Teens At Risk For Suicide

The number of kids who struggle with thoughts of suicide or who attempt to kill themselves is rising. New research, published Wednesday in <i>Pediatrics,</i> finds children ages 5 to 17 visited children's hospitals for suicidal thoughts or attempts about twice as often in 2015 as in 2008.<p>The study found …

Teens

In medicine, luck matters - Scope

I recently attended a small dinner hosting Robert Lefkowitz, MD, the winner of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery for G-protein …

Medicine

Need a job? These Midwest towns will pay you to relocate

An unusual unemployment crisis in the Midwest has reached such unprecedented levels that some counties have resorted to luring in college graduates by offering financial incentives, like free land or partially-paid rent in hopes of filling vacant job openings. The U.S. labor market is at the …

Employment

Countdown to Big Data in Precision Health: Understanding the hype and the hope for AI in health care - Scope

There's a lot of talk about using artificial intelligence for health care, says Dekel Gelbman, CEO of FDNA, a digital health platform that harnesses …

Health Care

Blood, sweat and tears in biotech — the Theranos story

BOOKS AND ARTS<p>Eric Topol extols a gripping account of the rise and fall of the US medical-testing company.<p>Eric Topol<p>Eric Topol is executive …

Genetic Engineering

Hospitals can save billions by improving operational efficiencies; Qventus just raised millions to help

There’s about $140 billion lost every year in the U.S. healthcare system thanks to inefficient management of basic internal operations, according to a study from the Journal of the American Medical Association.<p>While there are many factors that contribute to the woeful state of healthcare in the …

Health Care

The CEOs of the Most Million-Dollar Startups Graduate From These Schools

Harvard and Stanford top the list.<p>The list of universities that graduate the most CEOs of well-funded startups is topped by some familiar names.<p>Among startups that raised more than $1 million in the past year, 148 had CEOs who graduated from Harvard, one more than the total from Stanford, according …

College & University

Eli Lilly Takes $7M Gamble On Global Health Working... In Indiana

Last week, Chairman, President and CEO of Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) Dave Ricks managed to merge powerful ideas about the context of health, global research initiatives and job competition in the state of Indiana into one talk. And to those in public health it made perfect sense, and it made …

Public Health