In our work developing and coaching executives, we often hear about emerging leaders counseled to “be more strategic” to further their careers. While surely well-intentioned, that advice is at best ambiguous
10 servings This recipe is one of our favorites from The Silver Palate Cookbook, our February 2019 pick for BA’s Cookbook Club. It’s an elegant, moist cake ideal for serving at a large brunch party (it’s
The beauty of a low-carb diet is that it's not a fad. Though more extreme versions exist, simply cutting back on carbs — particularly sugar — is not only effective for weight loss, it's also sustainable.
An MBA is an extended and expensive networking opportunity but not the only way to educate yourself about business. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Many entrepreneurs find
Hopefully you’ve already got most of your Christmas shopping done already (if not, check out our ultimate guide, one we created for parents, and another for partners). But you know what you might’ve forgotten?
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If being on the keto diet has forced you to end your love affair with anything resembling chicken pot pie (looking at you, Chrissy Teigen, and your tasty pot pie soup), we have some very good news. It's
It’s safe to say the digital assistant wars are over. Siri, arguably, is awful, and the clear-cut favorite in the space is undoubtedly Google Assistant. As for Alexa, well, as the great Ricky Bobby once
More than 30 courses are available for free. Amazon announced today that it's making the machine learning courses it uses to train its engineers available to everybody for free. The coursework is tailored
Problem bringers bring problems because it’s how they’re attitudinally wired to behave. Getting these low performers to change isn’t easy, and while coaching instead of managing when employees bring you
If you haven’t heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses.
The past 10 years have seen a wave of innovative big data software designed to analyze, manipulate, and visualize data. Yet for the regular knowledge worker, Microsoft Excel, 30 years on, remains the product