When leaders describe how advances in automation will affect job prospects for humans, predictions typically fall into one of two camps. Optimists say that machines will free human workers to do higher-value,
VMware's CEO has a vision that should terrify the security industry: 'Start getting rid of products'
• In an interview on Monday at the Best of Breed conference, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger said that right now, companies are using too many security products — grim tidings for anybody trying to sell security
• Leif Babin is a former Navy SEAL commander and the coauthor, with his former SEAL boss Jocko Willink, of "The Dichotomy of Leadership." • Their leadership consulting firm Echelon Front has worked with
Tech & Media Cybersecurity experts are reacting with a mix of concern and skepticism after Bloomberg Magazine published an article on Thursday alleging that China’s military had succeeded in placing microchips
In sectors fueled by creativity, where happy teams are so important, it’s often ‘agreeable’ more extrovert people who get hired (by other people just like them.) They’re certainly a whole lot more fun
Right up there with win-win in the office lexicon, you'll be familiar with the tired term, work-life balance. But, in truth, there is no such thing. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that the very idea
If Gallup's most recent retention figures are any indication, almost two-thirds of your people may be poised to jump ship for a more attractive offer. And those who aren't ready to move on may be satisfied
I am a shopaholic. I find it hard to resist cute things — and the world is filled with cute things. When I got my credit card bill and was bummed about my high balance, I would cheer myself up by shopping
J.Crew may have finally turned a corner. The iconic retailer, which has posted losses for 15 consecutive quarters, finally posted a 1 percent rise--its first in almost four years. CEO Jim Brett, who took
I am a big fan of active travel, which combines two of the things that are best in our lives, exercise and exploration. Because I love road cycling, I’m an especially big fan of cycling trips and I try
Most corporate team building is a waste of time and money. I say this based on my 25+ years of research and practice in the field of team effectiveness. Seventeen of those years were with Mars Inc., a
If I were to count up all of the hours I've spent in meetings, it would span more years than I have fingers and toes. In other words, a lot. And they're important. It's where decisions are made, strategies
Over the next decade, approximately 10,000 Baby Boomers will retire every day. Young leaders will have substantial opportunity to climb the corporate ladder — by 2030, millennials alone will comprise out
We live in uncivil times. From our relationships to politics and business, it seems as though the longstanding expectation of decorum has given way to our more impetuous, brutish, and petty inclinations.
The truth about seeing more in your bank account is thinking outside of the box -- and then scaling it. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. For Entrepreneur Network partner Rose,