Apr 11, 2019 | In: Trend Alert
A few years ago, big data was a brand new frontier for businesses, and few could afford to leverage the technology on a large scale. Today, it’s much more accessible for companies of all sizes, and the field of big data has begun to mature.
Mar 12, 2019 | In: Editorial
Now is a time of transformation on the work landscape. Resultantly, newly minted professionals among Gen Z want future proof careers.
Feb 13, 2019 | In: Creative Leadership
Choosing a college major is a big decision. You want to find a career that you’ll love, but you also want to earn a decent living. Well, you’re in luck! Several fields are in high-demand.
Jan 22, 2019 | In: Enabling Factors
New technological advancements emerge every day. As this takes place, it’s important to stay aware of changes and advancements.
Education is a powerful vehicle for professional growth. It’s now more affordable, and recent technological innovations have made it easier for employees to acquire and advance their skillsets.
Nov 27, 2018 | In: Organization & Culture
An international education is an invaluable resource for developing new skills and knowledge. A study conducted by the Institute of International Education (IIE) has uncovered a connection between overseas learning and the critical skills demanded by today’s employers.
Oct 17, 2018 | In: Strategies
Businesses must adapt and innovate to succeed in today’s marketplace. However, innovation is not a part-time undertaking. It’s the foundation for effective organizational management and taps into the creative power of staff members.
Jun 21, 2018 | In: Organization & Culture
The most significant historical change in the library field was the introduction of stacks in the early 20th century. The prominent structures used to house and protect tomes are a familiar sight for library patrons. For many, the idea of entering a library without seeing an immense collection of books is unthinkable. Despite this, a New York public library attempted to do just that. However, the engineers tasked with planning the project immediately opposed the concept, opting for a renovation that would leave a significant portion of the book collection on-site.
For some, problem-solving comes naturally, and others most develop the skill. In any case, there are some careers that are especially suited for people who enjoy managing people, events and things to create positive outcomes. These professionals are highly skilled at using information and knowledge to resolve issues and engineer solutions. Certain fields require just this kind of heightened skill in problem resolution, and they reward professionals who are up for the task handsomely.
May 30, 2018 | In: Organization & Culture
Female empowerment has been a hot topic in the business community over the years. Female entrepreneurship is rising steadily, and conversations will steer toward this theme increasingly as women entrepreneurs expand their influence in the marketplace.
May 18, 2018 | In: Strategies
Startups often lead their industries in innovation—they’re full of fresh ideas, thinkers with big dreams, and the flexibility to create impactful change. But what about other organizations? Innovation is a must for every company, whether the organization is a large corporation or a small nonprofit. Unfortunately, many nonprofits are some of the least innovative companies in operation.
May 08, 2018 | In: Organization & Culture
The researchers and engineers of the 21st century have produced marvels such as personalized hover boards, self-driving cars and, of course, the societally pervasive smartphone. While the devices are commonplace now, just a decade and a half ago they were unfathomable.
Apr 30, 2018 | In: Strategies
In the United States, American citizens receive treatments for diagnoses that at one time meant certain death, and they enjoy the longest lifespans in recorded history. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says that its National Prevention Strategy centers on preventative medicine, an outcome that is greatly promoted by current legislation and technological advancement.
Apr 12, 2018 | In: Strategies
How many times have you read a candidate’s cover letter and found yourself actually dozing off? How many times have you (figuratively) rolled your eyes when candidates answer the question “what’s your greatest weakness” with “perfectionism”? How many times have you bored yourself asking that question?
Mar 22, 2018 | In: Organization & Culture
Creativity and societal problems have not always been closely associated. In the national dialogue, fixing these problems involves a series of concrete steps—steps designed to create concrete processes and repeatable outcomes.