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Entertainment venue food and beverages. When you go to see a popular professional sports team in a stadium or a movie or
We are still a long way from gaining a deeper level of understanding about the operation of PPPs that seek social change
The last one is the demographic change in society. The aging population not only makes the existing social welfare system
Ambitious women are repeatedly sidelined, a new study shows.
So what sources of indoctrination do contribute to the pathology of foreign fighters? Moroccan authorities worry about Salafi
It doesn't take a rocket surgeon to understand why progressive schools are formalizing data-oriented programs. Peering into
7) Entertainment -- Both Asians and Latinos are nearly invisible in Hollywood. According to a USC study, Asians only make
The health care plan is a work in progress, and will be for a while.
The best place to begin is for long-term asset owners to act and invest in a way that creates sustainable value for both
The Shard is an iconic skyscraper in London that is completely surrounded by glass and this metaphor better encapsulates the predicament and reality that women from ethnic minorities face.
This week, as several more states went to the polls, the nomination contests were further clarified even as the results seem to bring us closer to chaos. A victorious Donald Trump warned that if he were ahead in delegates and yet denied the nomination "you would have riots" at the convention in Cleveland. An RNC spokesman later claimed Trump was "speaking figuratively," but given the violence we've already seen at Trump rallies, that seems unlikely. In fact, on Thursday a report by The Economist listed the possible election of Trump as one of 10 "global risks" ranking equal to "the rising threat of jihadi terrorism" and higher than "Chinese expansionism." Thankfully, Friday was a much needed World Sleep Day, celebrating the power of sleep. It's a cause that's even been embraced by the global management consulting company McKinsey, which has added a sleep specialist to its ranks -- no, that's not an Onion headline -- and recently issued a report entitled "There's A Proven Link Between Effective Leadership And Getting Enough Sleep." It's a good thing, because in this environment, we need all the leadership we can muster.
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The combination of rapidly rising college prices and rapidly declining perceived value of their product has an inevitable result: widespread customer dissatisfaction. Today, nearly 40 percent of graduates say their student loan debt isn't worth it.
JJ Fliegelman was a senior at the University of Pennsylvania when he wrote his first-line of code in PennApps. Fast-forward four years later and JJ is the CTO of WayUp, a platform that connects college students with part-time, summer and entry-level job and internship opportunities.
Over the years, many critics have attacked Taylor's theory. Today you're unlikely to meet one of his acolytes, but Taylor remains an influential if controversial figure a century after his death. Perhaps Taylorism's crowning achievement was that it represented the earliest known attempt to apply science to the field of management. Even now this is an open debate: Is management a true science?
Established companies do not easily reinvent themselves. History shows us that Innovation is often the strategy of startups - but not only is it important in getting to the top, innovation is necessary in order to stay on top.
What surprises me is how few companies have built into their strategic planning the 'disrupter' of our aging world, which is about not only our longevity but also the transformative population structure of more gray beards than youngsters.
In 2035, the youngest boomers will be 71. The oldest will be 89. What is it going to be like to look back from that vantage point? Hopefully, most of us will have figured out how to keep working as long as possible -- certainly to 70, when the maximum Social Security benefits kick in, but probably longer.