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As long as we're on U.S. presidents, Eisenhower was ruthless when it came to prioritizing. Learn how to prioritize like Ike.
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Companies can create enormous social value in a single area: job satisfaction. Studies link employee satisfaction, customer loyalty and profitability. (And bosses play a major role.)
When you can spend your lifetime perfecting a skill whose importance never wanes, the payoffs can compound. Here are eight.
A study looks at NFL talent trees and who the most talented players work for. Can this idea of regenerating talent work in other industries?
After seven months of pandemic response, we've learned things. For example, testing wastewater samples appears to detect viral increases of COVID-19 up to six days earlier than testing of individuals does.
Evidence shows that feelings-based decisions can lead organizations astray. Do you question the competency of employees and peers who provide proof of your mistakes?
Experts from Kellogg and IDEO explain the psychology behind this creative approach to problem-solving:
- Look for the gorilla.
- Ask a question no one else is asking.
- Encourage outlandish brainstorming.
- Fail faster. Learn sooner.
Fuel and C-store retailers can focus on four areas now and next: enhancing consumers' in-store safe, contactless experiences; accelerating tech investments; building employee loyalty and investments; and rethinking products and services.