Diane Mulcahy wrote an article for Forbes that explores California’s Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) and explains a number of reasons why the new law is ineffective.
Thoughtful insights on talent acquisition from Mike Cox as he explores the pros and cons of skills versus motivation.
There is no doubt that the shift to AI technology involves a large measure of disruption. Karthik Rajagopalan’s company blog defines five pillars that can help develop a strategy for businesses embarking on AI transformation.
Concise advice from Dan Markovitz on how to maintain momentum for projects.
Alessandro Santo provides insights from a new report that explains exactly where Europe’s youth are moving and why.
Investing in software is a necessity, but we don’t always have the information we need to make an informed decision. Hugo Bernier shares his expertise on re-using, building and buying software.
Although cannabis is touted as the new gold-plated green rush, the FDA is cracking down on CBD health claims. David Gross explains.
How do we find meaningful and secure employment in today’s disruptive and uncertain environment? Paul Millerd offers direction and success stories from crazy weirdos who took a leap of faith.
Another entertaining read with income potential from David A. Fields. This week, how to find those valuable consulting projects that can easily be overlooked at first glance.
David Burnie’s company blog identifies four major types of innovation and explains why an innovation strategy is the key to success in this age of disruptive technology and globally integrated markets.
In this article for Forbes, Diane Mulcahy interviews Dr. Nayla Bahri on the five behaviours that can help with any career transition, from getting laid off, to changing jobs voluntarily, or transitioning to work independently.
Aneta Key explores the three vital components of leading a successful corporate event in the third post of a three-part series on off-site leadership skills.
Sage advice and six valuable tips from Jason George on how to give a memorable presentation that honors the sustained attention of the people who have turned up to receive your message.
There’s been a lot of talk about company culture and how it affects the performance of a business, but Mike Cox dissects that correlation and drives the conversation in the direction of incentives and compensation.
A macro-study of innovation success shows that 83% of innovation efforts fail. Kaihan Krippendorff explains why measuring the wrong thing may be the underlying cause.