A few years ago, Google went on a quest to build the perfect team. The goal was to figure out why some teams perform well while other teams stumble. Researchers code-named the study Project Aristotle,
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Corpus Naturals finally has me amped about deodorant. I am a big believer in seeking out the best of the little things. The ideal socks. The perfect bar soap. The ultimate keychain. The simple logic being:
I have a strange obsession with optimizing my life for peak productivity. Part of it is the dopamine hit that comes with a task well completed. But what brings me even more joy is the creation of the Rube
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One of the keys to any successful team is developing the right meeting rhythms. For leadership teams looking to scale the business, this rhythm is even more critical. Meeting too frequently will leave
If you're in charge of a team at work, one of your top goals this year should be improving your leadership skills. Too many of us start phoning it in once we get promoted to management and leadership because
The best companies are made up of great teams. You see, even a company full of A-players won't succeed if those individuals don't have the ability to work well together. That's why not too long ago, Google
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Being a manager within a startup often means feeling unappreciated. CEOs are the idea guys - you're the glue holding everything together while translating their visions into executable actions. These have
In Simon Sinek’s Ted Talk entitled, How Great Leaders Inspire Action, Sinek refocuses companies away from thinking first about what they do, and instead advises them to figure out why they’re doing it.
In 2007, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen was in deep trouble. Their profit was stagnant, and the company stock price had taken a nose dive to $13.00. The brand suffered, and franchise owners were butting heads
Expanding the Emergency Room Model: 'Central Care System' Could Help Americans Gain Universal Health Care Access
By Dr. Sudip Bose, MD -- There are many reasons why emergency rooms are dangerously overcrowded. With millions of Americans lacking adequate access to primary care providers, emergency rooms have become
Millennials have been mystifying leadership for years. Baby Boomers and Gen Xers' inability to figure out this generation has spurred dozens of negative stereotypes about people born between 1980-1998.