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Teamwork, harmony and competition

Posted by on Sep 13, 2013 in Interesting Articles | 0 comments

According to one survey around 70% of all offices in America have gone open-plan. Yet evidence is mounting that this is a bad idea. I don’t necessarily agree… but then, I often work from home depending on what I have to do, and whether I think I’ll be more productive there. The next part, however, does make (some) sense. … The...

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Choose one

Posted by on Sep 13, 2013 in Interesting Articles | 0 comments

I like how Erin writes… Let’s say you want to work in tech but you also want a civil, respectful working environment. You want to transcend professional mediocrity, but you also want family-friendly policies or sane working hours. Some people are capable of having both for a little while. Eventually, though, you will need to choose. You might have...

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Personal investment = Engaged entrepreneur

Posted by on Sep 13, 2013 in Interesting Articles | 0 comments

When most of us think of a hyper successful startup, we envision a small battalion of enthusiastic, even maniacally focused true believers willing to brave all manner of hardship to bring a well-defined mission, and a great idea, to life. Behind the new product, platform, or service, we imagine employees so deeply and personally invested in the...

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Creativity invites judgement

Posted by on Sep 13, 2013 in Interesting Articles | 0 comments

While most fear that their great ideas will be stolen, it’s most likely that they will be ignored. In the cases where an idea is considered, it’s still more likely that it will be rejected than stolen. The truth of the matter is that you need to be persistent and not give up on your ideas. Creative ideas, by their very nature, invite judgment. People...

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