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April 13th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Book Review: Ahead of The Curve: Inside The Baseball Revolution by Brian Kenny

In case you haven’t been paying attention, professional sports in the United States is in the middle of a strange, beautiful transition: the place where traditional wisdom and big data (and their respective proponents) are banging their heads against each other in athletes’ perpetual fights to get ahead of their competition. Baseball teams are moving their best hitters to the second ...

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April 8th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Team-Building: Communications Exercises, Part 1

Good communication = good teams. Almost any problem with interpersonal relationships can be traced to some problem with communication. It’s true for dating, friendships, family, and most of all work, especially the kind of meaningful work you do, where team members are invested in quality. Good teams communicate well, while bad teams usually communicate poorly. When things are going ...

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  April 1st, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Technology Trends: Collegiate eSports

Gaming: No Longer (Necessarily) a Waste of Time. For decades, parents have considered their kids’ video game obsessions mere childish escapism, while kids’ arguments on their behalf were limited to such claims as improved hand-eye coordination and socialization in cyberspace with people from around the world. This is changing, though, because games have opened a new realm of competition ...

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March 25th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Management: Big Meaning In Small Things

A few years ago, we discussed the way small things can make big differences for an employee’s work-life balance. Such details as specific technology requests or simple allowances about the morning commute ease little stresses, but little stresses can add up to a lot of tension, while alleviating them can add up to better work-life balance. A recent article at Forbes.com takes the concept ...

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  March 18th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Corporate Responsibility: Social Media Platforms Confront Disinformation, Sort Of

In the wake of seemingly ubiquitous reports of government agencies using social media platforms to sow discord and uncertainty, the question has been a mainstay in public discourse for the past couple of years: what responsibility do the platforms have about what is communicated through the commercial services they offer? Many social media networks published user agreements about hate ...

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March 11th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Book Review: A World Without Whom: The Essential Guide To Language In The BuzzFeed Age by Emmy J. Favilla

“Communication is an art, not a science or a machine, and artistic license is especially constructive when the internet is the medium,” writes former BuzzFeed Copy Chief Emmy J. Favilla in her 2017 book, A World Without Whom. The BuzzFeed style guide, created by Favilla, made news when it was posted publicly in 2014 because it seeks to settle issues most prescriptive guides (such as ...

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  March 4th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Professional Networking: Don’t Take it Personally — Or Do

Four years ago, we surveyed friends about what’s wrong with LinkedIn, and one common response among those who try to find (and add) value to the professional networking site was that some people use it to share personal content, stuff that should go on Facebook or Pinterest, such as photos of breakfast or updates on family. “I’m networking with people so we can help each other professionally ...

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February 25th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Work-Life Balance: Bosses Must Model It

A recent survey by FlexJobs reveals that of 1200 respondents, an overwhelming 89 percent of employees believes a flexible job will help them take care of themselves, but 36 percent say their bosses do not model good work-life balance, and only 9 percent say their bosses’ work habits make work-life balance easy for them. This is a problem. When 9 of 10 people yearn for more flexibility ...

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  February 18th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Mobile App Review: TikTok

Snapchat’s in the rear-view mirror. You may not have heard of TikTok, but that’s because you’re not sixteen. If you have a teen, it’s almost a guarantee he or she is more than familiar with the fifth-most downloaded iOS app (as of this writing). TikTok trails only Instagram, YouTube, Gmail, and Facebook’s Messenger in downloads, two rankings ahead of Snapchat and three ahead of Facebook.

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February 11th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Corporate Responsibility: Choosing CSR Partners

Corporate social initiatives can be enormously rewarding when building from the ground up, but this path is laden with pitfalls, and a company runs the risk of deflated expectations—not to mention deflated spirits—among its rank and file when resolutions don’t pan out. For this reason, many companies opt instead for partnering with existing organizations already dedicated to social causes.

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  February 4th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Up In The Cloud: Cloud Management Services

A year ago, we explored cloud-to-cloud file transfer, a service for the private user who’s managing multiple cloud storage quotas. Services like these give users a quick glance at how much space they’ve got left in each of their connected cloud, even allowing for file transfers from one cloud service to another. As businesses get more and more dependent on the cloud, they find a different ...

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January 31st, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Social Media: Getting To Know Mastodon

If you only joined Twitter in the past five years or so, you only know it for what it is today with its 335 million active users. It is an amazing space where people of common interests can get to know each other across vast distances and social backgrounds. It’s a place where celebrities from countless levels of recognizability interact directly with their fans. It’s a way for companies ...

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  January 28th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

The Internet of Things: Pizza-Carrying Robots Invade University

“Hello! Here’s your delivery,” a robot says as it greets hungry students and researchers at George Mason University in Virginia. As it turns around to head back to the pizza parlor, it adds, “Thank you! Have a nice day!” to its customers’ delight, who call after it, “I will! Thank you! Bye!” Drone delivery became a reality last week at GMU. Members of the GMU community can now order food ...

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January 24th, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Book Review: How To Wash A Chicken: Mastering The Business Presentation by Tim Calkins

In a book full of excellent advice for delivering meaningful, impactful business presentations, author Tim Calkins comes right out with perhaps his best (and first piece of) advice near the very beginning of How to Wash a Chicken: Mastering the Business Presentation (Page Two Publications, 2018): know when not to present. It seems like obvious wisdom, but if it were so obvious, we wouldn’t ...

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  January 21st, 2019  |  Executive Leadership Articles »

Technology Trends: This Year’s CES Buzz

The annual CES (formerly the Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas wrapped up recently, and people are still buzzing about some of the products on display. Here’s is a selection of interesting, groundbreaking, or bizarre product generating conversation. In-car virtual assistants; Yes, these are voice-controlled assistants just like the ubiquitous home speakers, but they’re specifically ...

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