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How the food business could improve its health by getting its customers in better shape.
Status matters to your network and it plays a big role in shaping a successful business.
Not only can they negotiate, they can also use win-win moves to help their human counterparts yield more value for both parties.
Leaders don’t all walk and talk the same. Staying true to one’s culture is integral to empowered leadership.
It’s past time for the international humanitarian community to get serious about disaster mitigation and preparedness.
Amazon’s latest reinvention demonstrates its ability to constantly challenge its business model.
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Cultural differences matter in leadership and the most effective leaders embrace them.
Silicon Valley can’t save the world, but a federated model with a rich toolkit can.
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