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4 Innovations that will Change the World

It is rightly said that science, technology and growth are closely related to each other. If you look three decades back, the technology space has grown immensely. This has affected the way we live, work and interact either directly or indirectly. Numerous technologies are being introduced with each passing year.

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If You Do What Everyone Else Is Doing, You Will End Up Where Everyone Else Is

A true market leader, whether company or brand, captures the meaning of its segment and replaces it with its own.

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Immediate Candidate Feedback Pays Off

Here’s the thing: immediate candidate feedback pays off. It’s true. No fake news here.

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6 Items of Obsolete Tech That Millennials Just Don't Understand

From Floppy Disks to VHS, Twitter went down memory lane to fondly reminisce about the things that modern tech has killed that our kids will never understand.

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5 Ways You are Unknowingly a Bad Leader

When I moved into a leadership position, I was amazed at the overwhelming sense of responsibility that I felt to develop my team. Suddenly, a huge part of someone else’s well being and happiness at work was largely affected by my choices and actions. Any leader, regardless of experience, needs to be aware of how his or her actions and choices impact people. Those who aren’t tuned in to this will inevitably hurt their team members, their company and ultimately themselves.

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Artificial Intelligence: Disruption or Opportunity?

Artificial intelligence (AI), one of twenty core technologies I identified back in 1983 as the drivers of exponential economic value creation, has worked its way into our lives. From Amazon’s Alexa and Facebook’s M to Google’s Now and Apple's Siri, AI is always growing — so keeping a closer eye on future developments, amazing opportunities, and predictable problems is imperative. IBM’s Watson is a good example of a fast-developing AI system.

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7 Awful Things Leaders Do To Their Employees

We focus a lot on what leaders can do to improve, but we often forget to analyze our current actions and which behaviors we need to stop doing. Most likely, you aren’t an awful leader, but there are definitely some things you don’t want creeping into your relationships with your employees.