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Magazine articles on business strategy, management and leadership.
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Fast Company
Stephanie Vozza
One Year Later: The Woman Who Quit Her Job On A Live Superbowl Ad Quitting a job in a theatrical way created some viral videos last year, but do you ever wonder what happened to the people who publicly burned bridges? mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Fast Company
Jared Newman
Samsung's $100 Million Internet of Things Bet Is Even Crazier Than You Think Samsung has some big ideas about the Internet of Things -- the concept that everything from your lights to your car to your coffeemaker could gain some intelligence through an Internet connection. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
Fast Company
Bill Barol
The Monk And The Mad Man Making Mindfulness For The Masses Daily exercises are the heart of Headspace, Andy Puddicombe's start up devoted to creating a larger platform for mindfulness principles. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Fast Company
Lydia Dishman
How To Change The Ratio Of Women On Boards A new study from the Pew Research Center found that honesty, intelligence, and decisiveness are believed to be the most essential leadership traits, according to 80% of adults. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Fast Company
Jared Lindzon
Why One-Size-Fits-All Health Initiatives Don't Work While most American companies continue to pursue one-size-fits-all corporate wellness engagements, some have already begun implementing a more personalized approach. mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
January 26, 2015
Michael Blanding
Want Lower Health Costs? Get Managers to Reduce Stress Joel Goh and colleagues estimate that workplace stress is responsible for up to 8 percent of national spending on health care and contributes to 120,000 deaths a year. Is better management the fix? mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Fast Company
Sarah Kessler
48 Years Later, This Is How Fiskars Keeps Improving On Its Classic Orange-Handled Scissors The conference room table at Fiskars's Madison, Wisconsin U.S. headquarters is littered with the process of scissor innovation. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Fast Company
Steven Melendez
How Facebook's Massive Open-Source Push Delivers Better Code And Better Engineers Publishing useful and impressive code helps boost the company's reputation in the developer community, making it easier to recruit and retain talented engineers. mark for My Articles 249 similar articles
Fast Company
Andy Meek
Former Executive Shares The Secrets To How Disney Runs Its Empire "When you think about it, the customer doesn't come first -- great leaders come first," Lee Cockerell says. "You can't have a great company without great leadership. mark for My Articles 326 similar articles
Fast Company
Rebecca Greenfield
Sending A Handwritten Letter Is Now As Easy As Using Gmail Sitting on my desk is a lovely note, written on thick, customized stationery with my name scrawled across the top. It's in my handwriting, but I didn't write it. A robot did. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
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