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In management theory, certain concepts from yesteryear no longer hold true. Like, for example, the idea that people must be driven to perform. Yet over the years, I've learned that driving people (as they
Amazon Spent Years Learning What It Takes to Do Great Work. These 4 Steps Contributed Most to Its Success
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Stephen Hawking was one of the most famous and influential scientists of our time. Sadly, Hawking has passed away at the age of 76 -- fully 55 years after doctors gave him just two years to live with diagnosis
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