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World's best airports for 2017 revealed | CNN Travel

(CNN) — In news that should come as little surprise to global air travelers, Singapore's done it again.<p>For the fifth year in a row the city-state's Changi Airport has been named "world's best airport" at the annual Skytrax World Airport Awards.<p>The awards, announced during a ceremony in Amsterdam on …

The World’s Best CEOs: An Exclusive Barron’s List

Corporate chiefs encountered some big surprises in the past year, including Brexit and the election of Donald Trump, along with sharp swings in oil …

The 100 Best Universities in the World Today

University rankings can focus on many different factors, including attractiveness of campus, satisfaction of students and alums, extracurricular …

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Overall Best Countries Ranking

<b>#1 in Best Countries Overall</b><p>No Change in Rank from 2017<p>Switzerland, officially called the Swiss Federation, is a small country in Central Europe made …

The Effective Decision

Effective executives do not make a great many decisions. They concentrate on what is important. They try to make the few important decisions on the highest level of conceptual understanding. They try to find the constants in a situation, to think through what is strategic and generic rather than to …

A Checklist for Making Faster, Better Decisions

Managers make about three billion decisions each year, and almost all of them can be made better. The stakes for doing so are real: decisions are the most powerful tool managers have for getting things done. Setting goals (another tool) is aspirational, but making decisions actually drives action. …

A Brief History of Decision Making

Sometime in the midst of the last century, Chester Barnard, a retired telephone executive and author of <i>The Functions of the Executive,</i> imported the term “decision making” from the lexicon of public administration into the business world. There it began to replace narrower descriptors such as …

Root Out Bias from Your Decision-Making Process

We’ve all experienced the disappointment of an important decision not going our way. The feeling is far worse when you feel that the decision was somehow “rigged” against you — that you never had a chance, that your input wasn’t given its fair due, or that only some of the data was considered. You …

How we do it: Three executives reflect on strategic decision making

Sir Martin Sorrell, Randy Komisar, and Anne Mulcahy describe how they balance the importance of timely action with the need for thorough, unbiased …

Making great decisions

Stanford’s Chip Heath and McKinsey’s Olivier Sibony discuss new research, fresh frameworks, and practical tools for decision makers.<p><b>Every few years,</b> …

How companies make good decisions: McKinsey Global Survey Results

Companies get a lot of advice about how to make good decisions. Which decision-making disciplines really make a difference?<p>Do strong decision-making …

Early-stage research on decision-making styles

People make decisions—often in very different ways. Learn more about five distinct styles and the preferences that shape them.<p><b>To develop a language</b> …

How to test your decision-making instincts

Executives should trust their gut instincts—but only when four tests are met.<p><b>One of the most important</b> questions facing leaders is when they should …

Management

'We see ourselves as the vanguard': the police force using drones to fight crime

The video begins with a suspect in a red car screeching to a halt outside an abandoned farmhouse with two police vehicles, sirens blazing, in hot pursuit. The suspect makes off on foot, waving a large handgun in front of him.<p>Then something unusual happens. Out of the back of a police car, officers …

Law Enforcement Agencies Using Drones List, Map

Law Enforcement Agencies Using Drones List, Map<p><i>Current as of 2013</i><p>Drones are being deployed in a small, but growing number of state and local law …

Surveillance

State Police, other agencies look for drone regulations

It might look like a science fiction movie but police drones with sophisticated cameras tracking suspects from the air could soon be a …

Psychological Properties Of Colours

<b>Colour Affects<br>908 Keyes House<br>Dolphin Square<br>London<br>SW1V 3NB</b><p><b>There are four psychological primary colours - red, blue, yellow and green. They relate</b> …

Color Me A Dinosaur – The History Of Crayola Crayons, Charted

First, Pluto got a demotion. Then, surfing the FM dial, I heard a Styx song on the <i>oldies</i> station. And just yesterday, park-side, a nanny chided me: …

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INTERNATIONAL COLOR CONSORTIUM

INTERNATIONAL COLOR CONSORTIUM<p>The next International Color Consortium Developers Conference ICC DevCon 2018 will be held in Munich on February 27, …

Color Trends + Palettes

Color (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

1. The Philosophy of Color<p>In this section, we consider some central puzzles that arise in the philosophy of Color, concerning the nature of colors …

Lists of colors

These are lists of colors:<p>List of colors: A–F<br>• List of colors: G–M<br>• List of colors: N–Z<br>• List of colors (compact)<br>• List of colors by shade<br>• List of color …