Mon.Sep 28, 2020

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Ten Best Practices to Empower Virtual Learning

Innovation Leader

With the rise of Zoom fatigue, enabling online workshops and training can be challenging. Nancy Tennant, formerly of Whirlpool Corp., shares 10 lessons for facilitating virtual innovation teams

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Tallest towers and endless seas: The motivating power of visionary purpose

The Future Shapers

It’s the job of a good leader to remind people of the big picture. But why do so many companies fail to translate their guiding principles into action? The key may be found in the way many business leaders conceptualise strategy, brand, culture and purpose.

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How Leaders can Break Free of the Fear of Criticism

Tullio Siragusa

How Leaders can Break Free of the Fear of Criticism. If someone tries to offer you feedback, how open are you to accept it? How do you think you will react? Do you immediately get defensive, anticipating critical feedback, thinking up of justifications? Don’t worry if this happens to you. Most of us do not welcome criticism. We do like to form opinions and offer them freely to those around us, however, when it comes to receiving feedback, we are mostly uncomfortable.

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#1,963 – Trojan Horse Cancer Treatment

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

In the near future it may be possible to kill cancer cells without using any cancer drugs. Instead, a nanoparticle will get cells to destroy themselves after first acting as a Trojan horse. A process that won’t harm healthy neighboring cells at all.

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Roadmap Personas: The Best Way to Set Expectations for Teams, Clients, and Leadership

Speaker: Johanna Rothman - Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman as she discusses developing persona-specific roadmaps and the reasons why sometimes less is more.

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Twitter’s “Blame Processes, Not People” Moment


With the blistering speed of this summer’s news cycle, we can’t blame you if you’ve already forgotten about the single largest security incident in Twitter’s history that took place on July 15 but was a doozy.

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How to Create and Run an Innovation Pilot Program

Innovation in Practice

Individuals and organizations need to learn at a rate faster than the rate of change. And innovation pilot programs help you do that. . But how do you get your team and company on board with it? How to Run an Innovative Pilot Program. Get it approved. .

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Stop Relying on Heroes to Get the Job Done

Michael Roberto

Source: Pixabay Sara Brown has written a good piece for the MIT Sloan Management Review. The title of the article is " 4 ways to design employee experience in the remote work era. Brown draws on an interview with research scientist Kristine Dery.

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Winning Market Share as a CPG Newcomer in 2020


We all have a COVID-19 story about toilet paper, paper towels, sanitizing wipes gone missing from retailers’ shelves. Charmin – out of stock. Bounty – out of stock. Clorox – you guessed it. O ut of stock. But when we couldn’ t find the Clorox wipes we were used to, the reality of the pandemic we’d just been dropped into put the dilemma swiftly into context – just grab another brand , man.