Day: April 7, 2019

The Lie That Perfectionists Tell Themselves

The Lie That Perfectionists Tell Themselves Publication Date: May 04, 2018 The quality of your work doesn’t hinge on the amount of time you spent. To download this product after your purchase, simply sign-in to hbr.org and visit the “Purchases” area of your account. Note: Quantity pricing discounts will be reflected at Checkout, prior to […]

Q&A: Snap’s VP of Camera Platform, Eitan Pilipski

Q&A: Snap’s VP of Camera Platform, Eitan Pilipski Perhaps no other tech company has made augmented reality as widely adopted as Snap, the maker of Snapchat. While the company has struggled to grow its user base and retain executives, there’s no question that Snap has been at the forefront of putting AR, or the overlaying of […]

Must be time for a new phone.

Must be time for a new phone. Technically, my phone costs twice as much as my laptop. I don’t think many of us pay the “sticker price” we get quoted at the phone store. That’s probably to make us appreciate the value of these little plastic devices, at least from the perspective of the carrier. “Only […]

Ethics Boards Won’t Save Big Tech

Ethics Boards Won’t Save Big Tech On March 26, Google announced the formation of an external advisory group to help the company navigate complex questions around the ethical and responsible development of new technologies, including artificial intelligence. By April 4, however, the council had been disbanded, and Google acknowledged that the company was “going back to […]

What Science Says About Identifying High-Potential Employees

What Science Says About Identifying High-Potential Employees Scientific studies have long suggested that investing in the right people will maximize organizations’ returns. In a world of unlimited resources, organizations would surely invest in everyone.In the real world, however, limited budgets force organizations to be much more selective, which explains the growing interest in high potential […]

The “Two Weeks’ Notice” Approach to Changing Jobs Is Bad for Companies and Employees

The “Two Weeks’ Notice” Approach to Changing Jobs Is Bad for Companies and Employees The practice of giving two weeks’ notice when leaving a job is outdated and inefficient, and can be a contentious and expensive problem for companies. While the job-hopping trend may be difficult to stop, there is a less frustrating approach employers […]

Why Bad Projects Are So Hard to Kill

Why Bad Projects Are So Hard to Kill Publication Date: February 01, 2003 Even at the prototype stage, experts were saying the technology was obsolete. Yet, in the face of tepid consumer response, the company stubbornly kept increasing production capacity and developing new models. By the time it was finally killed, the initiative had cost […]

How to Include Video Content In Your Marketing Articles

How to Include Video Content In Your Marketing Articles April 5, 2019 Comments Articles By 2021, 82% of consumer internet traffic will be video. Will your business have enough video marketing to keep up? If you aren’t sure if video marketing is worth it, think about this. Using video grows revenue 49% faster than when a marketing […]

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Evidence Backed Benefits of Cryotherapy

Evidence Backed Benefits of Cryotherapy I recently wrote about the evidence backed health benefits of sauna usage. Yes, it turns out that getting hot and sweaty can do amazing things for your health and wellbeing. What happens at the other end of the spectrum? What happens when you methodically expose yourself to the cold? Now […]