Month: November 2020

Christmas is the biggest festival in the country. But the celebrations in the US seem pretty modest when you see how the Mexicans celebrate it. They have brought together several cultures to come up with some extraordinary Christmas traditions. This shouldn’t be a surprise because they are already known for their Día de los Muertos
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Coffee is one of those few things that have lovers of all ages. If you happen to be in New York City and are looking for a good coffee shop, then you can straightforwardly go to any of the below give cafeterias for a mind refreshing coffee. Stumptown Coffee RoastersLocated in the Ace Hotel, Stumptown
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The last seven months have felt about as steady as the Atlantic Ocean during hurricane season. Between the Covid-19 pandemic, the associated lockdowns and the economic and political uncertainties swirling around the landscape, things have been a little choppy. During turbulent times, many organizational leaders default to a take-charge, authoritarian style of leadership. No time
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Ottosson & Weissenrieder published ‘CVA, Cash Value Added – A new method for measuring financial performance’, re SSRN_ID_58436. It was followed by Weissenrieder, re SSRN_ID_156288, on the question ‘Economic Value Added or Cash Value Added?’ Shareholders have financial requirements on management’s strategic decisions, that create value. Despite the importance of non-financial performance measurements such as
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For all of us, and maybe especially for CEOs, the future is here now. Informed by what we learned from conversations with 105 board directors, many of whom are current CEOs themselves, Korn Ferry contends: • The distinguishing qualities of the best CEOs have become table stakes for all CEOs. • What differentiates the best
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Have you ever heard the saying “The eyes are the windows to the soul”? How is it possible to see someone’s soul through their eyes . The fact is, we can learn a lot about others from their facial expressions, and other people can tell a lot about us from our faces. Even new born
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The language someone speaks is many times the critical determinator to his whole career. All professions associated with languages, such as lawyers, actors, and psychologists, may be rejected or create difficulty in developing an international career. Business people also tend to suffer from a lack of knowledge in specific languages many times, losing the spontaneous
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The industry of fashion and design is one of the most profitable around the globe for years. The need for aesthetic upgrade exists in human nature, and it is evident if someone takes a quick look at our history. Archeological findings indicate that art appeared long before writing. Even though the prehistoric people didn’t have
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Before Covid-19 swept over the globe, the term “digital transformation” was a sigh-inducing buzzword — a phrase that all-too-vaguely implied that a business was forward-thinking enough to embrace technology and evolve their operations, products, and services to better appeal to modern needs. There was no particular urgency or real meaning attached to the term even
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Running a small business, there are many times when we are challenged and required to dig deep. Right now, it’s COVID-19, at other times it could be bushfires, drought, flooding, an economic downturn or challenges from competitors. Small business owners need to be resilient and at times like this, it is worth remembering that humans
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Twenty-twenty has been a challenging year yet restrictions and lockdowns have merely been the icing on the cake in triggering many tensions that have long been baking.  We’ve seen a massive increase in extreme actions, behaviors and opinions in the digital age.  ‘The Social Dilemma’, currently playing on Netflix, highlights industry insiders calling alarm bells
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