Internship programs can be a springboard for both young professionals and the companies that hire them, argues Kristy Campbell, COO of Rev1 Ventures. Virtual internship programs may be the way to go.
In the crisis as is the coronavirus pandemic, the world needs empathic business leaders who can act as the pillar of support, argues Bhupendra Choudhary.
Julie Potiker shares 5 tips that people at any level of mindfulness experience — from complete beginner to practiced expert — can use to reduce stress in their life and protect their immune system.
Worcester Air Conditioning LLC's president and CEO, James Morgan, discusses the importance of LEAN practices and building a structured, continuous approach to process improvement in an organization.
If Aristotle, Socrates, Voltaire and Immanuel Kant opened a corporate consulting business, here are a few things they would tell you about moving your business forward as the world tries to recover from COVID-19.
This is a time that requires leaders to bring their team together, really understand each person’s concerns, needs and hopes, and then lead from within, says Wayne Embree.
The businesses where leaders and employees all work together, plan carefully, and try to keep a positive attitude are the ones most likely to emerge in good shape when this is over, says Adam Witty.
Busywork is easy to automate, and no one, no matter how many hours they put in and how much of their life they sacrifice, is going to outwork AI on these tasks. Creativity and empathy on the other hand will remain distinctly human for a long time to come.
How do you instantly find the information you need so you can seamlessly leverage it to work more efficiently from your home office? Elizabeth Thede, director of sales at dtSearch shares her thoughts.
Edward D. Hess, author of "Hyper-Learning: How to Adapt to the Speed of Change" believes that humans will need to excel at doing something valuable that technology itself will not be able to do well.
When it comes to maintaining social distancing, fintech allows people to limit their in-person interactions and reduce trips to the bank while still completing the tasks that they need to.
Animated videos are not going anywhere. In fact in a post-COVID-19 world it has become downright crucial for businesses.
Myriam Sidibe, author of "Brands on a Mission" shares three key steps brands can take to change behaviors as deeply entrenched as domestic violence and oral hygiene habits, all the while driving demand for their products and boosting bottom line.
Many universities are turning to AI to help them drive efficiency and create an environment that allows students to thrive. Sanjoe Jose, CEO and Co-founder of Talview looks at the ways in which AI can help universities.
Times of crisis demand a thorough communication plan and strong leadership. In times like these, communication will make or break companies, says Eric Yaverbaum, CEO of Ericho Communications.
The “normal” economy is history, and no one knows what will replace it. How can we respond to such massive uncertainty and disruption? Adam Markel, author of "Pivot: The Art and Science of Reinventing Your Career and Life" shares 4 steps to instil a “got your back” ethos in your organization.
One way to use your time while staying at home, sheltering-in-place, or under quarantine is to look inward and explore your emotions, says Martha Alderson, author of "Boundless Creativity".
We can chose to face this pandemic with anger and frustration, or we can regulate our reaction and look for opportunities to find humour or lighten the strain.
The pandemic has caused unprecedented devastation to the economy, and small businesses are feeling it hard. Here’s what you can do to survive and even thrive in these trying times.
Retail is going through a rapid transformation during this unusual period of home-confined buying. Erik D. Rosenstrauch, Founder and CEO of FUEL Partnerships shares his thoughts on a post-COVID retail world.
Your new hire may not be wearing combat boots but employers would be wise to look for them on a resume when making hiring decisions, says John Ramirez.
If you have the itch to try converting your side hustle to your main gig, maybe now is the time to start planning, says Dr. Todd Saxton and Dr. Kim Saxton.