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Fortune
How to Lead in the Smart Machine Agethe highest levels of human development and performance. In the Smart Machine
How to Lead in the Smart Machine Age
Fortune / Posted 2 days ago
the highest levels of human development and performance. In the Smart Machine Age, who wins? I believe in most industries it will be the organizations with the best thinkers, creators and innovators who excel at creating stakeholder... Read more
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Providence Business News
Chemical distributors boost economywarehouse, transport and market the chemical products produced by large-quantit
Chemical distributors boost economy
Providence Business News / Posted 3 days ago
warehouse, transport and market the chemical products produced by large-quantity manufacturers – supply products to industries as diverse and essential as building and construction, medical technology, water treatment and many... Read more
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Business Wire
Lawrence Burns Joins Peloton Technology Board of Directorsenergy, communications systems and advanced technology. “Larry is a giant in t
Lawrence Burns Joins Peloton Technology Board of Directors
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
energy, communications systems and advanced technology. “Larry is a giant in the transportation and technology industries, working at the leading edge of many of the most important mobility innovations of the 21st century,” said Peloton... Read more
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Business Wire
Breaking the Mold: NIRI’s 2017 Annual Conference Registration Now OpenKaren Blomquist, C&S Wholesale Grocers; Lee Coker, The Coca-Cola Company; Alexa
Breaking the Mold: NIRI’s 2017 Annual Conference Registration Now Open
Business Wire / Posted 18 days ago
Karen Blomquist, C&S Wholesale Grocers; Lee Coker, The Coca-Cola Company; Alexandra Deignan, Schnitzer Steel Industries; Carlynn Finn, Deutsche Bank; Jeff Hansen, Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation; Jeanne Hess, Virtus... Read more
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Salon.com
It’s the future, everyone’s famous: From the A-List to the “Z-List,” fame isn’t what it used to beachievements. Fame used to be attributed to athletes, musicians and actors who
It’s the future, everyone’s famous: From the A-List to the “Z-List,” fame isn’t what it used to be
Salon.com / Posted 20 days ago
achievements. Fame used to be attributed to athletes, musicians and actors who made career-defining waves within their industries for their accomplishments. The word fame evokes an image of being blinded by a larger-than-life figure whose... Read more

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