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In this article, Bernhard Heine explains how to integrate personal growth with professional strategies for best results. In business, the significance of incorporating personal growth into professional strategies is often underestimated. We want to discuss the nuanced ways in which individual growth contributes to business success. Emphasizing the importance of self-reflection and personal improvement, we […]

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Tom Andrews shares a post on a news article that may resonate with professionals thinking of moving from a corporate position to  private equity. Nice personal story and reflections here (for those with Times access) from Fiona Hope on the shift from corporate life to private equity ‘jockey’. (CEO/Entrepreneur = ‘jockey’; the company = ‘horse’; […]

Mohannad Gomaa shares an announcement on a recent strategic partnership.  Excited to announce our strategic partnership with Replan! We’re thrilled to introduce their AI-enabled supply planning solution to our US clients looking to modernize their Integrated Business Planning (IBP) practice and optimize their manufacturing capabilities. Looking forward to collaborating with Shabbir Ahmed and the Replan […]

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Amy Giddon is offering a free Work-It-Through empowerment session.  I believe that no one should feel isolated at work. I’d like to offer my support. To kick off 2024, I’m offering 24 free “Work-It-Through” sessions in January. These 25-minute sessions are to support, encourage and empower people at work.  Examples of how we can use […]

Victor Jones shares his point of view on grief, paying respect, and the purpose of pain. A line of black suits and dresses walked quietly into the red brick ranch-style house in the New Orleans suburbs. The sun had the sky all to itself on a cloudless December morning and reflected off the hoods of […]

If you’re still in hibernation mode and feeling a little lazy, leave guilt behind and embrace the virtue of laziness. Marja Fox explains why laziness can be a superpower.  I will never forget the look on her face. It was senior year of high school and my desk neighbor in Accelerated Physics class, Jami, stared […]

Kurt Kendall shares a glimpse of his career journey in this post.  It’s been more than 25 years since I graduated from MIT with my doctorate and decided to pursue a career in business rather than continue with chemistry. However, I still recall with utter clarity sitting in a graduate class in quantum mechanics that […]

In this article, Wolfgang Hammes emphasizes the benefits of actively directing your thoughts instead of passively thinking.  Those seeking success need to understand the difference between thinking as a regular activity and thinking as a skill. This applies to both individuals and companies. The latter often fail to understand the difference. Therefore, they lose a […]

James Black shares priceless insights learned from his career as an independent consultant. Seven years ago, I put up my shingle and set up an LLC to work as an independent consultant, working on growth strategies, marketing strategies, and insights for clients. During this time, I’ve learned a lot about the space, and myself, and […]

In this evergreen article, Sherif El-Henaoui takes a moment to explore the ever-present problem of judging without knowledge. … they will never know. When they try, they will always learn. I watch people dislike Airbnb, Tripadvisor, Uber, Twitter, alibaba, etc.. No problem disliking something in life except when one doesn’t have any clue about it… […]