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Look for breakthrough ideas outside of your industry
An interactive tool to help you protect your company's innovations
How to give feedback to a manager who doesn’t want it
Companies are pushing their frontline employees into an uncanny valley of customer service
Our archive pick of the week: "Marketing Myopia," the foundation of modern marketing
Innovation requires a different kind of leadership than the core business calls for:
An interactive tool to help CIOs protect their companies' inventions
Why customer service interactions often feel so weird:
Where to look for breakthroughs (hint: not in your own industry)
Research: Insecure Managers Don't Want Your Suggestions
(Sponsored Tweet) Industrial Internet of Things will transform companies and countries #IIOT
How great managers empower their organizations to innovate:
Millennial men and women have mismatched expectations when it comes to careers and kids:
Customer Service Needs to Be Either More or Less Robotic
"Marketing Myopia" is the foundation of modern marketing--and our archive article of the week.
If your career stalled because of your husband, call it like it is
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Sometimes the best ideas come from outside your industry
Every company innovates. Few do so in an orderly, reliable way: @ScottDAnthony
Many good insights on how to fix a company lie with employees further down the org chart