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5 Reasons Most Leaders Are Not Qualified To Lead

I was selected for a leadership fast-track program at my first job after college. Entry to the program, similar to many corporate academy programs, was based on performance – meaning sales. But I expected the program to have different measurements for promotion to leadership positions. It didn’t. …

Leadership

One Way To Bridge The Political Divide: Read The Book That's Not For You

This year, the National Book Awards ceremony comes at a time when the nation has rarely seemed more divided. The bitter presidential campaign exposed a fault line in the United States that will not easily be repaired. And while there's no one simple answer, Lisa Lucas, head of the National Book …

Increase Your Passion for Work Without Becoming Obsessed

Work brings some people intrinsic joy. These people feel in control of their work, feel good about themselves while working, find their work to be in harmony with their other activities. Psychologists describe these folks as having <i>harmonious passion.</i> But there’s another kind of passion: <i>obsessive</i> …

10 Tools For Effective DevOps Collaboration

Collaboration for DevOps teams is crucial, but it doesn't happen automatically. Here are 10 tools that can help make it easier (or possible) for your …

4 Essential Practices to Succeed at ChatOps

We know enterprises are embracing messaging apps and incorporating so-called “ChatOps” into their workflow. ChatOps is, potentially, a powerful way …

DevOps For Data Science: Why Analytics Ops Is Key To Value

It may be a stretch to call data science commonplace, but the question “what’s next” is often heard with regard to analytics. And then the conversation often turns straight to Artificial Intelligence and deep learning. Instead, a tough love review of the current reality may be in order.<p>The simple …

Tighten IT operations control with a DevOps feedback loop

Senior Site Editor<p>Follow:<p>SAN FRANCISCO -- Think DevOps is all about speed? Think again, outage-fearing IT ops control freaks.<p>The benefits of DevOps …

The DNA of Your DevOps for Windows Toolchain

What do DevOps and DNA have in common? Both set the pattern for how a living organism lives, develops and grows.<p>That's why we were so intrigued with …

DevOps

CloudMunch Wants to Complete the DevOps Feedback Loop

“Talking to customers, we found that while automating the continuous delivery pipeline was important, the missing part was enabling the feedback …

True agile software development requires DevOps

Enterprises are quickening the pace with which they build and roll out software to better satisfy customers who expect new features as often as …

Learning, Earning and Returning: The 3 Stages of a Fulfilling Life

Your success can be the catalyst for the success of others, and that is the most satisfying success of all.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>I attend many networking meetings, frequent educational seminars and conferences. I am a member of the Miami Young Presidents …

Secrets Of The Greatest CIO For Hire In History

Charlie Feld was one of the first outstanding CIOs in corporate America, as he rose to the top of the IT function at Frito-Lay. As Feld overcame the early challenges of the post, and developed a mature IT department, he found that he longed for the challenge of the early days once again. He elected …

Drive-Thru Health Care: How McDonald's Inspired An Urgent Care Gold Rush

The path to owning your own medical practice typically runs through more than a decade of schooling, grinding through medical school, residency and years of specialty training.<p>Unless you’re Rick Crews. “I knew next to nothing about health care,” says the proud owner of four urgent care clinics in …

Larry Page's Plan For People Whose Jobs Are Replaced By Tech: Work Less

Larry Page sees a conundrum in the world’s future.<p>Machine learning will replace more and more human jobs, leading to vast unemployment in the next few decades, just like 19th-century farmers.<p>But today’s opiate of the masses is work. It makes people feel needed and occupied. People like vacation, …

The Scary News About the Paleo Diet

People who love the Paleo diet are often quick to dismiss naysayers. (I know because I have, like, eight of these friends, and they're cult-y about it.) But a new study just released this week may give them reason for concern, too.<p><i>Related: The Most Effective Fad Diets</i><p>The study, published in Cell …

Nutrition

5 Real Ways To Advance Your Career Without Wasting Money

Don’t go broke buying career advice. Invest in your future with this advice from successful leaders who found smart ways to get better at their jobs.<p>There are countless ways you can spend money on your professional development. From conferences to coaches, you can “invest” until you’re broke.<p>So how …

How To Weigh The Benefits Of Job Hopping

There’s a happy medium between stagnating in a dead-end job and changing your job every year. Here’s how to find that balance.<p>It used to be considered a mark of loyalty to stay with one employer until you retire. In today’s business environment nobody expects you to work in one position for 10 …

Your Fat Is Why You’re Not As Bright As You Could Be

Scientists have discovered that a chemical produced by fat goes into your brain and makes it slower. But don’t worry: there’s an easy fix. Just guess what it is.<p>Obesity doesn’t make you less intelligent, but it might cloud your cognitive abilities.<p>In a recent study, conducted by researchers at …

Sorry Banks, Millennials Hate You

When Scratch polled 10,000 millennials to find out which industry was most prime for disruption, the results were clear: Not only did banks make up four of their top 10 most hated brands, but millennials increasingly viewed these financial institutions as irrelevant.<p>The three-year study from …

5 Ways To Keep Employees Happy And Engaged In Tough Times

You can’t fool your employees–they know when times are tough. But if you show you care, they’ll stay happier longer.<p>With the economy at a low point, many people feel trapped in their jobs, seeing dim prospects for better opportunities outside their present situation. On the surface, this may seem …

How Rating Your Weekend Can Help Keep Creativity Brewing

Noah Weiss, Foursquare’s VP of product management, divulges the numeric system he uses to rate his weekends and ensure peak creative output.<p>Every Monday morning, Noah Weiss rates his weekend on a scale from 1 to 10. If he had a steady hum of plans, like say, a show, a date night, and a brunch, it …

It Is Expensive to Be Poor

Minimum-wage jobs are physically demanding, have unpredictable schedules, and pay so meagerly that workers can't save up enough to move on.<p>Fifty years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson made a move that was unprecedented at the time and remains unmatched by succeeding administrations. He announced a …

The Proven Way to Fight Income Inequality: Education

Progressives talk a lot about how to encourage economic mobility, but they are leaving big gaps in their education platforms.<p>For progressives, the buzzy phrase of the moment is income inequality. President Obama plans to make it the focus of his upcoming State of the Union address after sermonizing …

How to Walk on Hot Coals: The Singular Power of Belief

A history of selling the idea that positive thinking can conquer disease; and how good intentions took me across hot coals.<p>Positive thinking has been a mainstay of self-help for hundreds of years. Thomas Jefferson wrote, “Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his …

The Degree Is Doomed

The credential — the degree or certificate — has long been the quintessential value proposition of higher education. Americans have embraced degrees with a fervor generally reserved for bologna or hot dogs. Everyone should have them! Many and often! And their perceived value elsewhere in the world …

Jason Goldberg: What Went Wrong at Fab | Inc.com

Fab CEO Jason Goldberg has never been shy about his failures in business. As he's told us time and again, they have been many and varied.<p>In a 3,500-word blog post on Tuesday, Goldberg went into even greater detail in accepting blame for the many hits that Fab has taken over the last year, which …