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Recent progress in gaming technology and business models represent an unprecedented opportunity that advertisers can no longer ignore, argues Alan Ngai of Bidstack.
Though many employers remain averse to hiring freelancers due to the potential risks of non-commitment and missed deadlines, Ginni Saraswati of Ginni Media believes the risks are far outweighed by the potential benefits.
It's time to redefine what success looks like for working parents, especially working mothers, says Whitney Casares, author of "The Working Mom Blueprint: Winning at Parenting Without Losing Yourself".
James Harold Webb, author of "Redneck Resilience" insists resilience is key to success. Those who get up and back to work are the ones who succeed, he says.
Success is not a straight line on a graph. Successes often come at the expense of mistakes or even flat-out failures, argues Joe Ferreira.
Career development and impact coach Katie Sandler offers tips for those who feel stuck - both in their careers and in life in general - on how they can get things moving again.
Leaders need to be flexible, be open to compromise and collaboration. But they cannot compromise the company’s integrity, its vision, mission, core culture values, or its brand.
It wasn’t long ago that the Airbnb home-sharing model sounded completely alien. Now, the future is that kind of flexible, and the short-term rental strategy is positioned to see a massive influx of demand in the post-COVID market.
Thriving in business means adapting to the many disruptions and influences that shape our modern work environment. Workplace trends expert Rick Grimaldi shares what’s IN and what’s OUT in 2021.
Retailers have come to realize that sustainability measures are unavoidable as they will be imposed by new regulations and a growing number of eco-conscious consumers, argues Ivan Kot, Customer Acquisition Director and IT Solution Manager at Itransition.
Nobody had a plan for the entire accounts processing team to be out of the office indefinitely, muses Kim Lockett, Vice President of Customer Success and Services for Nvoicepay. She looks at how AP teams have adjusted during this period.
How do you prepare for the unexpected and avoid the common strategy-to-execution disconnects that stand as an obstacle between where you are and where you want to be?
Looking to create merchandise for your business? If you want to make things your customers actually want to wear, there's a few key things to consider.
To be a truly effective leader, and to get the best out of those you lead, you can’t be afraid to be fully human, insists Jeanet Wade.
Now that people are staying in the workforce longer than previous generations, organizations can hire from many age groups. In a business environment dominated by Millennials and younger workers, workplace trends expert Rick Grimaldi makes the case for why older employees are not just important, but essential.
Here are five points about understanding and overcoming fear in order to pursue opportunities such as starting a business, buying one, or making a bold career move.
CMOs will have a lot on their plates in the near future. Per Ohstrom shares the top five things CMOs are expected to manage in 2021.
In the post-COVID world, effective workspaces will need to find ways to make all stakeholders feel like empowered partners in value creating activities.
If your organizational management can include pro bono in its strategy, it will succeed in meeting project deadlines without having to compromise on quality.
Is your company’s leadership team a high-performance one prepared to lead in this new era? That depends on how you emerge from the pandemic.
Delia Passi shares how ‘social proof’ can help grow your sales, build trust with consumers and ensure you stay on their minds more than your competitors in the digital world.
To be a great leader, you need to recognize and embrace your own faults. Minter Dial shares three reasons why great leadership starts with you.