5 results for tag: Ronald Reagan


How “Intrapreneurs” Create and Launch New Corporate Business Solutions

There are no “normal” workdays anymore thanks to COVID-19, disrupted supply chains, newly emerged customers, and vanished historical customers. Businesses, employees, customers, and suppliers are in a daily struggle to adapt, to adjust, and to continue to ...
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CEOs Have a Responsibility to Help Lead Society

In his New York Times opinion piece last month, Harvard economist Greg Mankiw, argued that C.E.Os are qualified to make profits, not lead society, and that we should not expect the latter of them. His arguments are too simple, have significant holes, and read ...
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Take Some Job Search Advice From Ronald Reagan

"Am I too old?" Only if you think you are. When you are determining your job search plan, and you happen to be on the older side, it is natural to worry  consider that your age may be an obstacle to landing your next job. That's fine. It's actually ...
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Innovation: The Most Important Growth Catalyst

This quote is a mute testament to the significance of innovation in our lives, bar none. Those looking at change as a positive influence tend to find ways and means to innovate while the ones scared of it reserve the right to rebel. "Innovation is the ...
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10 Questions to Ask Any Job Candidate (or presidential contender)

Knowing how a wrong hire for a critical position can bring a company to its knees, I couldn’t help but shudder at the same prospect regarding our country if we elect the wrong president in November 2016. With only slight modification, the following ...
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