In 2016, I wrote about the transformation happening in human resources and I called it the “Consumerization of HR,” referring to how companies create a social, mobile, and consumer-style experience for
If corporate training is a drag on the workforce, try focusing on these four game-changing techniques. From teaching employees the basics of your technology infrastructure to helping them develop new and
The digital age is both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, technology and the Internet have made it easy for brands to reach and engage with their target markets. But on the other hand, it's lowered
FERIDUN AKGÜNGÖR Over the course of a couple of decades, meditation has migrated from Himalayan hilltops and Japanese Zendos to corporate boardrooms and corridors of power, including Google, Apple, Aetna,
The further along you are in your career, the easier it is to fall back on the mistaken assumption that you've made it and have all the skills you need to succeed. The tendency is to focus all your energy
That's the Presidential Medal of Freedom in the picture--the highest award our government gives civilians. Frances Hesselbein earned one. Is Alan Mulally, former CEO of Ford, whose stock price went up
As a young manager in the early aughts, Lori Goler was profoundly impacted by Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman's 1999 management guide "First, Break All the Rules." When she joined Facebook in 2008 its
After launching in India last year, Udacity has made its way to China. The Mountain View, Calif-based online education company, cofounded about four years ago by Google X founder and Stanford University
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The chances are you already have a college degree, although a lot of people don’t. But now you have to decide whether it’s worth the time and effort to acquire an advanced degree in your chosen field.
It’s pretty weird, but it totally works There’s nothing more annoying than seeing the dreaded “Not Enough Available Storage” message pop up on your iPhone when you try to take a photo or download an app
I’m very excited and optimistic about the future of HR. This role is undergoing massive transformation both in terms of name and function. Over the past few months I’ve been fortunate enough to spend lot
At a recent leadership summit we held at Twitter with 100 of our top global leaders, our agenda was to talk about our strategic direction and get aligned as a leadership team. Then, the day before the
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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The head of HR is frequently, at least in the CEO’s eyes, seen as the low man (or woman) on the executive totem pole. This occurs despite