How Scrum Meetings Can Help You Stay on Track
Is your team lacking focus on a project? Are team members disorganized or not getting things done? You might just need daily scrum meetings to keep everyone on track. What Is a Scrum Meeting? It is a rugby play whereby the team members join together in a compact formation for the purpose of moving the […]
It's Not About Me. It's About Our Company Values.
This interview with Cathy Choi, president of Bulbrite, a lighting maker and supply company, was conducted and edited by Adam Bryant. CLICK HERE TO READ THE LATEST ARTICLE
Is July 9th Doomsday?
What the ‘Internet doomsday’ virus is and how to fix it Click here to read the full article.
Our businesses are not the only aspects of our lives that need planning. Take a look at Jane Brody’s article on end-of-life choices. Robert H. Laws, a retired judge in San Francisco, and his wife, Beatrice, knew it was important to have health care directives in place to help their doctors and their two sons […]
Demystifying Social Media
Social Media is fast becoming the number one marketing and PR vehicle for many companies. Executives certainly know what social media is. After all, if Facebook users constituted a country, it would be the world’s third largest, behind China and India. Executives can even claim to know what makes social media so potent: its ability to […]
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New York Times Corner Office Article
Yes, You’re Smart, but What About Your Topspin. CLICK TO READ THE ARTICLE
More Room for Big Ideas in a Small Office
Companies have been reconfiguring space to accommodate more workers. Read the entire article.
Open Office Space? Maybe not.
From Cubicles, Cry for Quiet Pierces Office Buzz READ THE FULL ARTICLE