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    1. Uniqlo Is Rethinking Japanese Work Culture–Through Office Design

      Uniqlo Is Rethinking Japanese Work Culture–Through Office Design

      Allied Works Architecture, the new headquarters of Fast Retailing–Uniqlo’s parent company–features open-plan office spaces, lounges done up with plants to resemble outdoor gardens, a library filled with books and magazines from around the world, and a room with stadium seating where all 1,200 employees can gather for company functions. While it bears the hallmarks of what we expect creative offices to look like in the West, it’s actually a first for corporate Japan.

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    2. OracleVoice: What Is Blockchain? A Primer For Finance Professionals

      OracleVoice: What Is Blockchain? A Primer For Finance Professionals

      It’s often not easy to envision or understand a new technology when we first hear about it—especially when the technology is not something that you can see, hold or touch. Everyone can see what a smartphone is, and most finance professionals understand the impact that related technologies, like mobile and social, have had on the way we conduct business. Emerging technologies are a different matter.

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    3. WorkdayVoice: Why Hard Lessons Are Often the Best Ones

      WorkdayVoice: Why Hard Lessons Are Often the Best Ones

      It’s been a little over a year since I became CFO—a role I have wanted and worked toward since graduating college. When I’m asked to reflect back on my career path and what led me to this point, there are a couple of experiences that really define how I approach problems, make decisions, and work with people. Early in my career, I learned about the importance of building a team based on trust.

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    4. This Company Installed a Custom Tomahawk Throwing Target to Spice up Boring Meetings

      This Company Installed a Custom Tomahawk Throwing Target to Spice up Boring Meetings

      Let's be honest: Nobody likes meetings. Well, at least in the traditional sit-around-the-table-and-wait-for-your-turn-to-speak format that still dominates the majority of company strategy these days. Research shows that meetings have increased in ...

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      Mentions: Stanford
    5. Instagram's 'Girl With No Job' Actually Works 24/7 to Build Her Brand

      Instagram's 'Girl With No Job' Actually Works 24/7 to Build Her Brand

      “I really rode the wave of entertainment-humor content on Instagram -- using it more as a broadcasting opportunity than a social network,” Oshry shared with Entrepreneur . When asked how much time she dedicates to social media, especially Instagram ...

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    6. 7 Easy Things You Can Do To Change Your Life In The Next 2 Months

      7 Easy Things You Can Do To Change Your Life In The Next 2 Months

      Making big changes in your life isn't about moving across the country, or storming into your office and quitting your job. Big changes are the result of small tweaks. Whether your goal is to finish a project, change your friend group, make more time for passion projects, or improve upon a bad habit, here are 7 easy things you can do to change your life in the next 2 months: You've been saying that you want to go to more new places, to see things you haven't seen before--so why don't you do it?

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    7. I Hire New Grads At Amazon—Here Are 4 Qualities That Can Help You Stand Out

      I Hire New Grads At Amazon—Here Are 4 Qualities That Can Help You Stand Out

      As a job candidate, having the right “hard skills” is a critical prerequisite for any role at just about any company. But especially for recent grads, technical expertise alone isn’t what’s going to help you stand out in a job market where so many of your peers are talking up the same exact credentials.

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      Mentions: Google Amazon.com
    8. Help Employees Create Knowledge — Not Just Share It

      Help Employees Create Knowledge — Not Just Share It

      Organizations today need to go beyond finding ways to more efficiently share existing knowledge. In a world that’s less predictable, they need to figure out how to create new knowledge. To do so, managers should understand five essential distinctions: explicit versus tacit knowledge; learning versus performance improvement; individuals versus workgroups and networks; skills versus capabilities; and learning versus unlearning.

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    9. OracleVoice: Forage Crop Ban Prompts Saudi Dairy To Look Abroad

      OracleVoice: Forage Crop Ban Prompts Saudi Dairy To Look Abroad

      A looming curb on crop irrigation in Saudi Arabia, the result of depleted groundwater reserves, has forced commercial agriculture companies such as National Agricultural Development Company (NADEC) to grow their livestock forage crops abroad. NADEC, one of the largest dairy producers in the Middle East, says the company is using cloud-based technology to help it overcome the operational hurdles created by the ban, scheduled to go into effect in 2019.

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      Mentions: Sudan
    10. WorkdayVoice: Career Development 101: Nurturing the Future Leaders of Tomorrow

      WorkdayVoice: Career Development 101: Nurturing the Future Leaders of Tomorrow

      While some people are born with natural confidence, most great leaders come to rise with the help of experience, training, and support. But what happens when those poised to step into leadership roles lack the critical skills needed to lead? Bad management is one of the top contributors to low employee engagement, and ultimately, poor retention. As has been said, people join companies, but they leave managers.

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    11. Allscripts acquires parts of billionaire doctor's NantHealth business

      Allscripts acquires parts of billionaire doctor's NantHealth business

      Said to be America's richest doctor, Los Angeles multibillionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong also is a medical entrepreneur , anti-cancer crusader, scientist, inventor, philanthropist, visionary, negotiator and a basketball nut. With his fortune and cutting ...

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    12. Branding Matters In Local Government, And Atlanta Is Leading The Way

      Branding Matters In Local Government, And Atlanta Is Leading The Way

      You’ve definitely seen Public Notice signs slapped up around your city or town, but you’d be forgiven if you’ve never really looked at them. Often found taped to signposts or pasted on the sides of buildings, these text-heavy, government-issued signs convey important information about planning or zoning–to announce when a tree will be removed, for example, or a public hearing on a property. They tend to do it verbosely, and without a lot of style.

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      Mentions: Atlanta
    13. OracleVoice: What Enterprises Are Missing With Their Cloud Infrastructure Strategy

      OracleVoice: What Enterprises Are Missing With Their Cloud Infrastructure Strategy

      More and more enterprises are moving to the cloud to take advantage of the numerous business benefits the cloud model offers, such as pay-as-you-go pricing, global scale, and reliable performance. Yet despite this embrace, many enterprises are migrating to the cloud while maintaining their legacy or in-house Domain Name System (DNS) service.

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