Leadership

Fresh Pick of the Day, Aug 12. 2016: “Kathryn Shaw – Three Things All Good Bosses Do”

From Stanford University – “A good boss can make a big difference. But what makes a good boss? Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor of Economics Kathryn Shaw found effective managers use similar strategies and have a lasting positive impact on their employee’s careers. Here’s how they do it.”

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Podcast # 32: “Holding your ground in the workplace” from Business Rhythm with Frank & Jamie

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From Business Rhythm with Frank & Jamie (Episode # 32 ) “Holding your ground in the workplace”

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Fresh Pick of the Day, June 29, 2016: “Brexit: Five consequences | FT World ”

From FT.com  – “What are the consequences for the UK and the EU after the Brexit vote?”

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Fresh Pick of the Day, June 23, 2016: “The end of the Chinese miracle | FT Features “

From Financial Times Features – “China’s economic miracle is under threat from a slowing economy and a dwindling labour force. The FT investigates how the world’s most populous country has reached a critical new chapter in its history. Jamil Anderlini narrates.”

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Podcast # 29: “Irrationality in organizations” from Business Rhythm with Frank & Jamie

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From Business Rhythm with Frank & Jamie – “Consider the following: In a well-known pharmaceutical company, a potential medicine has been going through clinical trial for five years. After the company spent more than $300 million, the testing has shown clear signs of going nowhere. But instead of closing the project to cut the losses, the project’s champion, a vice president, decided to continue the clinical trial.”

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Fresh Pick of the Day, May 7, 2016: “What Do Your Social Media Posts Reveal About Your Health?”

From Knowledge@Wharton – “That last question may seem odd, but not to the researchers at the Penn Social Media & Health Innovation Lab at the University of Pennsylvania. Director Raina Merchant and her team are investigating how people’s social media language on sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Yelp can be used to assess and their health and predict diseases. The conditions they are looking at are some of the main culprits for premature death and disability (not to mention skyrocketing health care costs) in America, including heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, chronic lung problems, depression and drug abuse.”

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Fresh Pick of the Day, April 18, 2016: “A Big Data Approach to Public Speaking” from Insights by Stanford Business

From Insights by Stanford – “Students in my strategic communication class often ask how they can become more engaging, competent communicators. This question is in no way new — rhetoricians dating back to the ancient Greeks have explored this issue. However, unlike Cicero and Aristotle, we now have big data tools and machine-learning techniques to examine the core characteristics of effective communicators.”

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Podcast # 28: “On balancing business and family time” from Business Rhythm with Frank & Jamie

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From Business Rhythm with Frank & Jamie – “In this episode, we will talk about the topic on balancing time between business and family. This question was posted by Melord Fabella, one of our Business Mango followers on Facebook. It is the classic question on how to strike work-life balance, only this time, the context is running a business rather than working as an employee for someone else’s business.”

 

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