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What Motivates High Performers?

Adi Gaskell
Having a blog with a social focus, I’ve explored a number of times the kind of things that motivate high performing individuals to get involved in crowdsourcing or citizen science projects.
What Motivates High Performers?

How Will Millennials Impact the Workforce in 2015?

Daniel Green
Forbes.com’s Dan Schawbel believes millennials will continue to play a pivotal role in the global workplace trends we see next year. In 2015, millennials are set to become the largest percentage of the workforce for the first time. A generation that is vocal about their demand for a better work/life balance have naturally placed a higher value on a flexible and mobile work environment.
How Will Millennials Impact the Workforce in 2015?

The Rise of the Anti-Internet Cafe

Adi Gaskell
As flexible working as grown in recent years, the cafe has increasingly become a place to go and work, whether you base yourself in one for the majority of your day or pop in for meetings.
The Rise of the Anti-Internet Cafe

Do You Really Have an Innovation Culture?

Adi Gaskell
Too often, employees lack the time or the permission to follow the ideas they come up with, and as a result, many ideas languish. How can organizations get better at implementation of innovation? How can they convert more of those ideas into bottom line results? The following three steps are a good place to start.
Do You Really Have an Innovation Culture?

Three Common Time-Wasters at Work [INFOGRAPHIC]

Elizabeth Lupfer
No business can afford to have wasted time at work, especially when growth and profitability is directly tied to how productive your employees are. So check out this super cool infographic that identifies the top three reasons people waste their time at work, so that you can find possible solutions to eliminating them.
Three Common Time-Wasters at Work [INFOGRAPHIC]

Google Drive Sends Companies Scrambling to Update Internet Policies

Deborah Sweeney
Is it wise to entrust sensitive documents to a faceless corporation, even if it is Google? The Terms of Service language is the biggest point of contention as it grants Google a “a worldwide license to use, host, store, reproduce, modify, create derivative work..." But what about small businesses?
Google Drive Sends Companies Scrambling to Update Internet Policies

The Facebook Five

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Women and Tech: Earn vs. Have

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