The idea of servant leadership is buzzing through the business zeitgeist. But what's it all about, and does it actually work? There's been a lot of discussion in the business world about "servant leadership."
100 Years Ago, Thomas Edison Perfectly Described the Difference Between Successful Innovators and Those Who Only Dream
According to Edison, you don't need to come up with new ideas. You just have to do this. Thomas Edison is often described as America's greatest inventor. Phonographs. Motion pictures. Microphones. Electrical
The fastest object ever created by humans has discovered intensely energetic rogue waves within our Sun, and detected solar wind speeds beyond what any model had predicted. Neither discovery was expected,
Existential crisis in 3... 2... 1... To paraphrase the big man Carl Sagan, everyone and everything you have ever known exists on that little speck. (That's not a picture of the Milky Way, but you get idea.)
Coffee startups are racing to expand in a market that will be worth $85 billion by 2025, from creating algorithms to match you with new roasts to redesigning instant coffee. There was a time, just a few
Emotional intelligence is experiencing a resurgence. The concept, which teaches that there is power in understanding and managing emotions, first gained popularity decades ago. And the principles behind
As the Enguri flows from the mountains to the sea, it follows a trajectory from Georgia’s traditional past into its forward-thinking future To most people in the Caucasus, the Enguri River is a border,
See more pictures of this enchanting property at the listing from Breckon & Breckon. And if you’re not ready to commit to purchasing Tolkien’s former home, but still want to feel inspired, check out this
Last year, a report by Credit Suisse warned that there could be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050. Then in March, a dead whale washed up in the Philippines with 88 pounds of trash in its stomach.
Owners of the Quinta da Pacheca vineyard in Portugal have launched a new accommodation option where guests can stay overnight in a giant wine barrel, complete with private bathrooms, fluffy beds and air-conditioning.
You have to remind yourself of this again and again because it's so very true. Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. I fancy that many