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    It’s estimated the average American office worker spends 11 hours a week in meetings, but the sad truth

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  • Why Your IT Team Sees You as a Manipulative Leader

    A new study finds that the participative leadership managerial style can backfire if IT managers make a common mistake when implementing it.

  • How Successful Businesses Will Respond to the Data Tsunami

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    “Death by PowerPoint” isn’t funny anymore to those who are confronted on a regular basis with the grim

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  • Dov Baron on Developing Fiercely Driven Teams

    Star players may walk out the door when scaling a business because they’ve lost something important – a

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