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Back when our Facebook design team still fit around a conference table, a new designer joining our merry band was a momentous event. Everyone loved sitting down and showing her how we worked —where we
You Don't Just Get Fired at Netflix. What Happens Instead Is Brilliant. (Or Maybe Insane. There's a Raging Debate)
Imagine your excitement. You've just landed your dream job. You're a star in your field, and now you're working at Netflix, one of the most sought-after technology companies on Earth. But then, maybe aren't
A Massive New Study of 38,000 Workers Says This 1 Thing Makes Employees Much Happier (and Probably More Loyal)
Researchers wanted to figure out what makes people happier as they get older. This surprising finding stood out. Want happier employees? A big new study by four economics professors has some surprising
It used to be 10 pages. Now it's just two words. Here's why they made the change. This story is about three things: dress codes, leadership, and common sense. It's about a $62 billion company with roots
The supply chain is the heart of a company’s operations. To make the best decisions, managers need access to real-time data about their supply chain, but the limitations of legacy technologies can thwart
This Harvard Scientist Says Being a Rebel and Breaking The Rules Makes You a Better Leader (Try Any of These 8 Things)
If that's how you want to roll, here are eight things you'll want to do to lead like a rebel. Harvard behavioral scientist, Francesca Gino, knew she was onto something when she read a cookbook where the
Ideas that go nowhere are much less of a problem than the ideas nobody on your team has the background to think of in the first place. As a business leader, what is your biggest concern? Is it cybersecurity?
Have you ever thought about the essence of true leadership? How exactly do you define it? Better yet, how do you simply become a good leader in your office or business -- enough so that your employees,