3 results for tag: New York Times


Innovation for Women, by Women. Period.

It all started in 2013 with another frantic trip to the drugstore. Like clockwork, Jordana Kier found herself once again desperate to purchase the same personal-care items that she'd needed the month before: tampons. "You don't want to think about it until ...
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People, Not Profits, Make Companies Successful

Conventional wisdom says that profit is, well, the bottom line. Under this way of thinking, the most important task for any corporate leader is to create and increase profits. This focus on profit as the be-all and end-all is why companies downsize rather ...
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Leading High-Performance Teams – New Findings From Google

A recent New York Times article described a major project at Google that studied team performance and success. This broad and deep look at both academic studies and internal data identified Psychological Safety, “a team climate characterized by interperso...
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