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Forecasts vs Implications

By , April 19, 2017
In the last three weeks, I have had several senior researchers from different organizations ask about these future-o... Read More

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Innovation for Women, by Women. Period.

By , April 7, 2017
It all started in 2013 with another frantic trip to the drugstore. Like clockwork, Jordana Kier found herself once ... Read More

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People in Denmark Walk in a Very Strange Way

By , March 16, 2017
It wasn't a criticism. It was simply an observation a friend made to Martin Lindstrom. In at recent session of ... Read More

Do You Look But Not See?

By , March 10, 2017
You're alone at a bar, a train, your kid's practice... What's the first thing you do? Most of us would turn to our ... Read More

How to Develop Your Team’s Creativity – For Any Type of Job

By , December 27, 2016
Larry Kim, founder of WordStream, believes that novel thinking will be a key workplace skill by 2020. And he may be ... Read More

If You Think Sharper Thinking Does Not Matter: Think Again

By , August 26, 2016
Enterprises must move faster to gain competitive advantage, seize opportunities and manage emerging risks. Relying on ... Read More

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5 Ways to Tap into the Psychological State of Flow: How to Get into the Zone and Stay There

By , August 25, 2016
Have you ever gotten into a project so deeply and focused on it so intently, that you looked up to discover several ... Read More

Reaction or Decision?

By , August 24, 2016
Are we deciding or automatically reacting? I was at a stop sign yesterday in the hot summer weather here in Nashville, ... Read More

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Changing the Game

By , July 29, 2016
Upping your game, changing the conversation, breaking through the glass ceiling… whichever is your metaphor of ... Read More

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Take a Deeper Dive this July: 4 Extraordinary Master Classes

By , June 27, 2016
Each month I provide you with a look at the upcoming sessions of ExecuNet Master Class, hosted by Anthony Vlahos. Tony ... Read More

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Under New Management: How Leading Organizations are Upending Business as Usual

By , May 19, 2016
Do open floor plans really work? Are there companies that put their employees’ welfare first, and their clients ... Read More

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The #1 Habit of Successful Business Executives

By , April 25, 2016
What would you say is the #1 habit of successful business executives? Answer: they recognize there’s always something ... Read More