5 results for tag: Fast Company


Can Employees Take Charge of Their Own Learning?

Most employee training is delivered top down. Leadership or L&D determine who needs what training, and employees passively accept information handed to them. Even with more interactive teaching strategies, students have little control of what gets taught, ...
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Work. Is It Irrelevant?

I believe in the Future of Work. You know, the one where we work for a day and earn enough to pay for our leisure time over the next six days. For context I also believe in Santa Claus and The Easter Bunny. Last week I opened my column with a quote from ...
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Tastemade: Engaging the Mobile Generation

Steven Kydd and his partners were looking to share their personal passions for food and travel and bring that together in a new media business. Kydd, an entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in media, technology and international business, launched ...
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Eataly: A Seven-Step Recipe for Success

Oscar Farinetti, founder of the high-end Italian food store Eataly – named as one of the top 50 most innovative companies in the world by Fast Company magazine – believes in challenging conventional wisdom when it comes to spotting opportunities for ...
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Performance Management is Dead: Long Live Performance Management

Don't you just love it when the business media derails all your good work? The current edition of HR Magazine article “Is the Annual Performance Review Dead?” only scratches the surface of this revolution that is taking place in organizations, as more ...
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