Archive for February 14th, 2012
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In the aftermath of the recession, we have the opportunity to truly change the way business is done. While ideas like reversing offshoring and rethinking the 9-to-5 schedule aren’t new, it’s surprising that they haven’t been widely embraced by industrial pros, considering their benefits. In fact, the following five ideas could set new standards.

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Creative thinking is as vital a job skill as work experience or training. Here we look at how creativity can serve as a business asset and why companies should pay more attention to it.

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In a speech late last month, Newt Gingrich promised that his presidential intentions include establishing a moon base by 2020. How realistic is this lofty goal, and is the endeavor worthwhile?
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You might come up with a game-changing way to improve your employer’s business, but what if your boss is reluctant to support it? Consider these tips to push your concept up the corporate ladder.

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2/14

More employers are adopting alternative workplace practices to address employee-related values and needs. Is the office cubicle on its way out of the modern workplace?

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It often feels like there aren’t enough hours in the day. But research indicates that we aren’t quite as busy as we think and that Americans’ workload worries are really a matter of time management. Read more


Brainsteering

In Brainsteering, authors and former McKinsey consultants Kevin P. Coyne and Shawn T. Coyne explain how to actively guide creativity through non-traditional brainstorming strategies to produce breakthrough business ideas.

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