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Consumer overwhelm and distraction has seriously impacted shopping patterns and businesses around the globe. But consumers remember the brand experience, which makes it important for retailers to pay attention to the entire experience they create. As technology continues to be introduced for convenience purchasing, it’s important for retailers to adapt and pivot to technologies that
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Over the past few years, the success of leading businesses and entrepreneurs has been thrust into the spotlight like we haven’t seen for many years with company values and profits surging. While no two businesses or entrepreneurs are the same, there are common traits that many of these most successful people exhibit. These range from
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The Supreme Court’s landmark decision to overturn Roe v. Wade will have an outsized impact on the health choices and lives of millions of American women and complicate (and likely consume) the country’s already fractious political landscape. It will also raise a host of tricky legal and political issues for CEOs and their companies—especially if
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Declining profits and economic uncertainty sparked by soaring inflation rates are introducing a new set of leadership challenges. Many companies—including Twitter, Netflix, Meta Platforms and Uber—have cut staff or frozen recruitment efforts despite the recent ‘Great Resignation.’ This cautious approach to hiring and spending from tech industry giants has created vulnerabilities that may undermine company
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Business leaders are constantly presented with warnings about new trends, often accompanied by prescribed actions that must be taken to avoid serious consequences. Some of these warnings are warranted, and some end up being nonsense. Most fall somewhere in between, which is where warnings about “The Great Resignation” probably fall. To be sure, some industries
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While moderating somewhat due to rising interest rates and other factors, the real-estate housing sector continues to generate record sales — particularly in certain pockets throughout the country, including cities in Florida, North Carolina, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, and California. Home listings recently jumped as sellers don’t want to miss out on the buyer
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The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated transformation within the event space. While disruptive, this change isn’t necessarily negative. In fact, the transition from in-person to virtual and hybrid events has increased the reach, impact, and measurability of your events. This increase, however, requires a larger support team. By adding a few key roles and leveling up your
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What are the characteristics of the top tech CEOs that make them admired and supported by over 90 percent of their staff? At an ever-increasing rate, it is their ability to communicate a clear vision, to focus relentlessly on execution, and to remain calm and cleared-headed while working through the constant bombardment of pressures and
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In a dynamic changing world, most sectors are witnessing transformation. It is the speed, precision and safety that are the key drivers. Most transportation agencies are accelerating to translate mobility into a more seamless, sustainable, accessible, affordable and safe option. As a CEO in this sector or as an entrepreneur, how contemporary are you? We
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Ten days ago, Elon Musk told staff, “Anyone who wishes to do remote work must be in the office for a minimum (and I mean *minimum*) of 40 hours per week or depart Tesla.” Ordering people to stay in the office is an option, but I don’t think it’s a realistic one. Remote work is
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What operating surpluses are needed, at least? The bare minimum. Neither gaining nor losing money. This article gives the answer to this vexed question. It revolves around monitoring the operating surpluses on almost the top line of the cash flow calculation scheme. Periodical net cash flow information is rather late in being available. Steering on
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How do you acknowledge and interact with life? Which of these two distinct approaches do you take: are you more likely to react or to respond? What’s the difference and why does it matter?   Dictionary.com provides the following definitions for the two terms:  React: “To act in response to an agent or influence.”  Respond: “To reply or answer
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