Dan Buettner, Fellow at National Geographic, takes the audience on a journey in discovering happiness zones around the world during the World Government Summit 2017. Accodring to Arturo Bris, Professor of Finance at IMD and director the IMD World Competitiveness Center, the modern concept...
Work-life balance, says Nigel Marsh, is too important to be left in the hands of your employer. Marsh lays out an ideal day balanced between family time, personal time and productivity — and offers some stirring encouragement to make...
Today, people are caught in a struggle to find meaning in their career. “Take us away from our 9-5 and we don’t know what to do,” says Dr. Jose Sepulveda, and in engaging fashion, he reimagines the role of work for the...
Be a leader who demonstrates competence, character, and purpose—a thinker and a doer who can maneuver the complexities of interdependent issues. Aspire to possess the technical acumen, personal attributes, and moral compass to both "get along" and "get it right."  
It starts with the recruitment process. Hire the right person and they are more likely to stay. Hire the wrong one and they will likely leave at some point. Roy Osing in his article: 'How To Have Employees That Never Leave,' suggests to...
Procter & Gamble Chairman, President and CEO David Taylor explains how following your passion also means acknowledging that what excites us can change over time. Taylor was part of the Distinguished Speaker Series at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business
Do you want to increase your productivity, get more done in less time and get more done with less work? Often, when we think about productivity, we think about time management tricks, ways to work faster. Those temporal measures help us work...
Duke University - The Fuqua School of Business, Distinguished Speaker Series: Sam Allen, Chairman and CEO, Deere & Company
There was a young student-archer who reached such proficiency in his art that he could shoot an arrow into a tree and then cleave that arrow into two with the next shot. He began to boast that he was a...
New Wharton research looks at how thousands of NASA employees with vastly different roles were able to rally around the common goal of a lunar landing in the 1960s.
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