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What made Abraham Lincoln one of the most highly revered presidents in U.S. history? Consider these 5 leadership traits.
An Ovum study predicts 2016 will be the year the higher education industry adopts more sophisticated use of data analytics to transform institutional performance. Nicole Engelbert, Director of Research & Analysis at Ovum Consulting, explores the impact of achieving this reality.
Want to foster a productive, stand-out work culture? Here are 10 dysfunctional activities to avoid.
Knowledge networking can be a cultural tool that not only serves the business, but also answers the learning needs of a multigenerational workforce. Kerry Brown explains how knowledge networds are taking information sharing and learning to an entirely new level.
The biggest opportunity for many businesses today is putting together the talent and tools to make account-based marketing work. Here are three steps to get started and move ahead rapidly.
Career advice for Millennials from a more experienced business professional: Dream big, but always keep moving! Check out more great life lessons for the next generation of leaders.
Business leaders who don’t adopt document automation technology soon will be left behind with an outdated process that impedes growth. To keep up, here’s what’s ahead in document automation.
A strong corporate social responsibility program is not only smart marketing, but it improves employee productivity and helps recruiting and retention. Here are three reasons social responsibility programs work.
Two-thirds of treasury and finance executives agree that it takes more work than it should to develop accurate views of their companies’ cash positions and cash forecasts. Check out more interesting insights from a recent global study conducted by CFO Research and sponsored by SAP.
Hiring isn’t an algorithm. It’s still about people and talent and culture fit. “Human” needs to stay in HR and here’s why.