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Measure What Matters: How Google, Bono, and the Gates Foundation Rock the World with OKRs

In the fall of 1999, John Doerr met with the founders of a start-up whom he'd just given $12.5 million, the biggest investment of his career. Larry …

Do You Have A Digital Strategy? Kodak Had One Too

So you have a digital strategy. Kodak did too, and that didn’t prevent the Rochester film giant from disappearing. There are lessons to be learned by looking more closely to the story.<p>After months of hesitation, you finally nailed it. Digital will be everywhere. You will digitize your customer …

Why Creative Geniuses Are Often Neurotic

Sir Isaac Newton formulated the laws of gravity, built telescopes and delved into mathematical theories. He was also prone to bouts of depression and …

From The Psychology of Ambition To The Upside Of Being Boring: The Most Popular Leadership Stories This Week

This week, we learned how to sound confident, the characteristics well-respected leaders all share, and why boring managers are sometimes better.<p>Here are the stories you loved in Leadership for the week of July 20.<p>1. SIX HABITS OF AMBITIOUS PEOPLE<p>Not everyone looks kindly on obviously ambitious …

Leadership

20 successful entrepreneurs share the most important lesson they learned in their 20s

Mistakes are unavoidable, but the truly successful learn from these setbacks and move on all the wiser.<p>We asked entrepreneurs, including a few "Shark Tank" investors and the cofounders of popular retailer Warby Parker, to share the most important lesson they learned in their 20s.<p>Here's what they …

Entrepreneurship

Brainstorming vs. Braincalming

If you work in a big organization, small business, freelance, or eat cheese, there's a good chance you've participated in at least a few …

Creativity

How the brain perceives time

Everybody knows people who seem to bumble through life with no sense of time — they dither for hours on a “quick” e-mail or expect an hour’s drive to …

Here's What 9 Common Drugs Including Caffeine, Weed, And Alchohol Do to Your Brain

Flakka is here, and we're still trying to figure out what it does.<p>A puff of this, and the world transforms into a colourful kaleidoscope of dancing …

Ask HN: What is the best way to learn Machine Learning in Python?

I am comfortable in coding, also familiar with python programming. What approach should i follow to learn machine learning with in SHORT TIME.<p>Should …

Data Driven Strategies | Data Infographics | Examples of Infographics | Data Driven Strategies

Data Driven Strategies are very popular and widely used in marketing, management, analytics, business, financial sphere. Building of successful Data …

Infographics

5 UX mistakes that make users feel stupid

Building any website that users will fall in love with requires a few very important things.<p>It must be easy to find. It must know who it exists to serve. It must anticipate and address their questions. It must be their guide. It must help them solve their problem. It must provide ways to connect …

UX Design

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What Behavioral Economics Is And Why Travel Brands Should Care

This post comes from our partner <br>Follow @Boxever<p>This is an excerpt from our recent trend report, What Travel Brands Can Learn from Behavioral …

Behavioral Economics

Issue Tracker Dashboard

Issue Tracker Dashboard is a visually oriented Excel project management tool which shows any project plan’s various tasks progress.<p>Our excel project</b> …

A Simple Intro to Bayesian Change Point Analysis

(This article was first published on <b>Quality and Innovation » R</b>, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)<p>The purpose of this post is to <b>demonstrate change</b> …

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Our teams are currently in the process of restoring services related to an unexpected outage. We apologize for the inconvenience, and can assure you …

The 5 Types Of Organizational Structures: Part 4, Flatarchies

This is part four of a five part post that explores various types of organizational structures that either already exist in today’s business landscape or are starting to emerge as viable options for the future of work. Each post will explore one of these structures and then I’ll provide a final …

Employment

This Is Your Brain on Exercise

Right now the front of your brain is firing signals about what you’re reading and how much of it you soak up has a lot to do with whether there is a …

This Is Your Brain on Jane Austen: The Neuroscience of Reading Great Literature

I freely admit it—like a great many people these days, I have a social media addiction. My drug of choice, Twitter, can seem like a particularly …

Literature

The Psychology Behind The Facebook ‘Like’ [Infographic]

This past week at Kinekt, nearing the close of the conference, my friend Josh Collins made a great point from the stage. “Why do we like and share on …

Best and Worst in Psychology and Psychiatry — June 2015

While reviewing the thousands of studies published in psychology and psychiatry this June 2015 a clearly dominant theme emerged — it’s all about the …

Mental Disorders

Cloud More Secure than OnPrem, Says Amazon CTO

SECURITY DAILY NEWSLETTER<p>GET SECURITY NEWS IN YOUR INBOX EVERY DAY<p>| NewsLetter Submission<p>By submitting your information, you agree that …

Disney, Brain Science and Understanding Emotional Intelligence

I never thought seeing a kid's movie would become the inspiration for a new blog on emotional intelligence. Seeing <i>Inside Out</i>, the new movie from Disney/Pixar got me thinking about how we think.<p><i>photo courtesy of Disney/Pixar</i><p>Almost the entire animated movie takes place inside the brain of a young …

Emotional Intelligence

Comparison of monkey and human brains reveals the 'unique properties' of human attention

More information is shared between the left and right hemisphere<p>The human brain is pretty picky about the things it pays attention to. Our senses are constantly bombarded by smells, colors, tastes, and sounds, which means that much of that information has to be filtered out, so we can focus on the …

Concrete: A Cultural History

Concrete polarizes opinion. Used almost universally in modern construction today, it is a material capable of provoking intense loathing as well as …