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In this article for the Harvard Business Review, Ben Dattner explains why you should interview people who turn down a job with your company. Successfully competing for top talent involves both selling jobs to the best candidates and retaining the highest performing incumbents. In order to be seen as an employer of choice with a […]

Nathan Pamart shares his podcast Climate Tech where he discusses what is driving the adoption of solar panels in emerging countries with Martin Baart, Co-founder & CEO of Ecoligo. My guest today is Martin Baart. Martin is the CEO and co-founder of Ecoligo. Ecoligo is a company based out of Berlin, Germany that delivers solar […]

In this article, Dan Markovitz explores what makes a company a healthy one. What is a healthy person? We can argue over specific metrics, but we’d all agree that we have to account for physical as well as mental/emotional health. What is a healthy organization? As with individuals, there will be disagreement over metrics, but […]

In this article, Carlo Palmieri explores what the key drivers are in organizational re-design.  Are “Customers” and “Innovation” the driving forces behind Organisational Re-Design? Here is a short and very interesting case study on this topic. IAG, one of the largest insurance companies in Australia, has recently announced a new organizational structure. The new structure […]

Anubhav Raina shares one post in a series of three that identifies key tactics to improve your organisation’s ability to negotiate and influence negotiations. If you have a good idea about your counterparty’s personal narrative & a good sense of how you could expand the pie for yourself, it’s time to work through the actual […]

Sindhu Kutty contributed to this article that shares fifteen best tactics for businesses that want to find a solution to problem areas of running a business. Running a business remains one of the most exhausting and rewarding ventures a person can undertake. As they navigate the challenges and opportunities of entrepreneurship, it’s important for business […]

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In this article, Tobias Baer identifies the three root causes behind excessive KYC (know your customer) requirements. Unless you run a criminal operation, you would most probably agree with me that financial crimes should be prevented and that KYC is a critical element in preventing the illegal flow of money. Sadly, that doesn’t mean that […]

Gina Abudi shares an article designed to help build a plan when planning to build a team. When you have decided to commit to team building on your team, build out your action plan to plan for team building. In this way, you’ll be sure that team building will be more than just some fun […]

Stephen Wunker shares an article published in Forbes that explains how a company researching dementia found an innovative approach that yields insightful results. Dementia can be devastating for people and families. One of the most dreaded medical conditions is, sadly, also one of the most common, with more than 10% of US adults over age […]

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In this article, Mason Adair takes a look at how design culture differs in countries across the globe and shares a link to the raw data supporting his article. Since culture is people, you can arguably draw conclusions about global differences in design culture by looking at the individuals working in design roles around the […]