It is important that we focus our attention on the need for meaningful and integrated experiences that are an extension of the learning environment. This is what adequately prepares students for what lies ahead, both locally and globally.
As an entrepreneur, you need to be resilient, learn from the unfortunate, inevitable circumstances, and move on from them. Your product or service may be great but success will still not be guaranteed. Instead, you need to be able to adapt to the changing business landscape or die.
Your company might be growing, but are you ignoring critical shortcomings in client relations or missing out on opportunities for greater growth, efficiency or collaboration? As business leaders in 2015, we need to avoid this blind spot to stay ahead of the curve.
Welcoming more foreigners into the U.S. workforce is not traitorous. In fact, it is quite patriotic, and not simply for the obvious ideological reasons.
I have lived overseas for long periods of time and put more than 4 million miles on United while traveling for business and pleasure. During that time I experienced plenty of travel blunders, both self-imposed and those courtesy of Mother Nature, and learned plenty of tricks and tips.
Engagement seems to be the latest corporate "buzz word" -- but is it really? Or have we come to understand the significance of having employees that truly love their jobs?
All businesses have hierarchies, of course - without order, there is chaos. But some hierarchies are more rigid than others. The danger for employees stuck in stricter environments is that they actually become accustomed to not speaking up.
As more people come online in various parts of the world, leading businesses will remain in a constant race to keep up with the languages needed to reach the same percentage of potential customers they reach today.