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Today's management tip: Don't stay in a negative state of mind
Are we evaluating our political leaders all wrong?
New overtime rules from the Obama administration may not have their intended effect
Get the benefits of both virtual and face-to-face work
The three categories of failures, and what you can learn from each
It's not a coincidence that many of us experience a mid-career crisis
Large global teams can learn to collaborate well
What Linkin Park figured out about how musicians make money (with some help from Harvard)
Know what employers are measuring during the hiring process -- and how to best prepare:
How to get in the right state of mind for vacation (because it's surprisingly not easy)
Navigating the Dozens of Different Strategy Options
Obama's new overtime rules won’t fix America’s culture of overwork
Can private equity really make firms more innovative? Research says yes:
How the Internet of Things Changes the Company-Customer Relationship
A recent poll reveals flaws in how we evaluate our political leaders
Why we need to start rewarding teams, not just star players
The Benefits of Keeping a Personal Blog in an Era of LinkedIn and Medium
Leaders can help their teams oscillate between virtual and face-to-face work
The reason so many of us experience a midlife crisis
There are three categories of failures -- and you can learn from each
Our management tip of the day: Evaluate your relationship with your manager
What the shift from digitization 1.0 to digitization 2.0 looks like

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