Opinion-seeking is a major reason videos/stories go viral

Let me start here: I don’t actually think something “going viral” is that great. If you work in social media or marketing, your focus should really be on retention. 536 more words

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On Will Smith and the treadmill success theory

I came across an article on Wharton’s website about whether hiring should be based on gut or data, which is an insanely interesting topic because … well … most organizations spend about  707 more words

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Execution. Expertise. Is empathy the new management trend?

Start here, on the supposed themes around management since the Industrial Revolution:

“If organizations existed in the execution era to create scale and in the expertise era to provide advanced services, today many are looking to organizations to create complete and meaningful experience.

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It's actually fairly easy to explain Donald Trump's rise

I guess we should start here: he’s not going to win the GOP nomination. He might run top-3 for a portion of the primaries, but he won’t win. 509 more words

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Success actually isn't a good teacher

If you were to line up a bunch of people in any industry, or job, or even family … and then you were to ask them, “ 710 more words

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When we force employees to be inauthentic, that hurts employee engagement

I’m personally of the belief that one of the only things we really have in this social media-leaning, go-go-go world of 2015 is our emotions… 799 more words

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The three types of workplace fear

Here’s an article about passive aggressiveness at work (which is something that ideally would have ended in the 1400s), and the author brings up an interesting point near the end. 597 more words

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