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2015/03/03 15:09
2015/03/03 15:09
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Just the other day I found myself in the waiting room of an automotive dealership. While my car was being serviced, I flipped through a product brochure. One ad for an oil change boasted that it would...
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2015/03/03 15:09
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2015/02/26 12:24
2015/02/26 12:24
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Illustration by John Holcroft The Beatles song “Getting Better” is a small masterpiece of ambiguity. It shifts between the temperaments of Paul McCartney – sunny, positive – and John Lennon –...
2015/02/23 12:36
2015/02/23 12:36
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Senior economist warns internet may be bad for economic growth in Norwich speech The boom in information technologies has built a culture of “short-termism” that risks being bad for society and...
2015/02/22 08:25
2015/02/22 08:25
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In the fall of 1917, the Montreal Wanderers and Toronto Arenas played the first NHL game; with the sport in its infancy, forward passes weren't yet legal. Every June, executives and columnists wax...
2015/02/20 20:48
2015/02/20 20:48
10d
Successful business people like to think they're cool under pressure. But is that true? Important decisions such as making a key investment, increasing production or expanding into new lines are all...
2015/02/18 16:18
2015/02/18 16:18
12d
The emotional factor for successful products What’s often missing for a successful product? The short answer: emotional content. I was at the Manufacturing Summit at 1 Bird Cage Walk a few years...
2015/02/16 06:42
2015/02/16 06:42
15d
Your car, your home, your TV, your health, your payments and your personal assistant all connected through your iPhone; that is the expanded vision that Tim Cook sees for Apple. Properly executed,...
2015/02/15 10:42
2015/02/15 10:42
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I first became a manager in my 20’s and, back then, I probably wasn’t a very good one. Nothing really prepares you to lead other people. There is, of course, no shortage of advice out there, but most...
2015/02/12 16:40
2015/02/12 16:40
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Welcome to neuroplasticity and Norman Doidge's The Brain's Way of Healing (Allen Lane, £20). The catalyst for the new understanding was Paul Bach-Y-Rita's work in the 1960s in which blind people were...
2015/02/12 15:40
2015/02/12 15:40
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Just the other day I found myself in the waiting room of an automotive dealership. While my car was being serviced, I flipped through a product brochure. One ad for an oil change boasted that it would...
2015/02/02 02:42
2015/02/02 02:42
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... Tip on a $4 Cup of Coffee?” asks Hilary Stout in the New York Times this morning. The $7 flat white in question could have been the expedient product of Café Grumpy’s point of sale app which...
2015/01/31 19:31
2015/01/31 19:31
30d
Justin Stokes for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online The October 2012 mega-storm known as Hurricane Sandy caused a massive blow to the East Coast. According to FEMA’s Sandy Recovery Office, the...
2015/01/30 15:29
2015/01/30 15:29
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In 2015, the world's governments are meant to sign up to a binding climate change agreement and a new set of development goals, to follow on from the Millennium Development Goals. At the start of...
2015/03/03 15:09
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