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They'll undoubtedly get you into the festive spirit.
Consider this: An estimated 1 billion women will enter the global workforce over the next two decades. Of these women, more
How can business value be derived from public sector innovation? One way is by meeting a need of an underserved population. Through exploring that need a business can create a valuable product or service and establish a more inclusive economy.
The announcement that White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett and U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez will soon kick off a historic 'Lead On Leave' tour is exciting news that comes amidst strong, widespread demand and support for paid leave.
Progress could be on the way from a pretty unlikely source: The world’s biggest corporations.
After my initial elation at the rise of conferences for women, I decided to dig deeper and check if anything substantive is being accomplished at these events. Or are women's conferences simply an excuse for a feel good work day away from the office?
Later, the pair bravely took their first flight through a marketing campaign by Vodafone which showcases people experiencing
She had also never flown in an airplane before. As part of the "Firsts" marketing campaign from telecom giant Vodafone, she
"Verizon Invested More Than $1.5 Billion in New York's Wireline Communications, IT Infrastructure in 2011." Translated into
With the advent of improved technology and an increasingly mobile workforce, the option to work where you need to be is becoming accepted, if not a necessity, for many organizations.
The problem often is that aspiring brands wish to be universally loved. Unfortunately, universal love is neither achievable, nor desirable. Instead, great brands are loved by some and hated by others because they actually stand for something.
The UK's struggling charity sector gets a fillip from the launch of the first system allowing the UK's 50 million mobile
Imagine a parallel universe where the Great Crash of 2008 was followed by a Tea Party of a very different kind, with members demonstrating to demand the government finally regulate the behavior of corporations and the superrich.
The Politics of Class Warfare Here's a "how-to" from UK Uncut: Politicians are scurrying to cut spending, but fewer than
The Egyptian "kill switch" was simultaneously a technical success and a mystifying strategic blunder. Could other governments implement such a kill switch?
A bill to end collective bargaining for public employees in Colorado died in committee this week, according to Joseph Boven
Driving change and convincing people that green is good for business requires logic, facts, examples ... but also passion, emotion, and yes, cheerleading. What's wrong with celebrating every now and then?
If enough of us demand it, in Britain and the US, we can make the rich pay their share for the running of our country, rather than the poor and the middle.
Clearly companies are beginning to take their Twitter communication channel a little more seriously. For one Vodafone Hungary