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框架内思维 创新更有力[CN]

最有意义的想法经常就在我们的眼皮子底下。 By DREW BOYD / JACOB GOLDENBERG|WSJ.com 大多数首席执行长(CEO)听到“创新”这个词时都会翻白眼,它让人想起这样的场景:员工们浪费数小时、甚至 数日的时间坐在豆袋椅上一边扔着飞镖,一边反复寻思着他们已经考虑过的想法。“头脑风暴”已然成了无聊和挫折的代名词. 在过去十年里,我们在世界不同地方和每一个主要行业都问过高级主管们有关创新的两个关键问题。第一个问题:“以一到十评分,创新对你公司成功的重要性有多大?”第二个问题:“以一到十评分,你对你公司的创新水平满意度度如何?” 

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Seven Mistakes That Will Cost You the Job

By DANIEL LIPPMAN |WSJ.com Hunting for a job can be stressful, especially in a lackluster economy. But there’s no reason to hurt your chances by making common mistakes: 1. Using a generic cover letter. If you’re not customizing your letter … Continue reading

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Where are you on the global pay scale

BBC 29 March 2012 The average wage, calculated by the International Labour Organization, is published here for the first time. It’s a rough figure based on data from 72 countries, omitting some of the world’s poorest nations. All figures are adjusted … Continue reading

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How to Fix Your Presentations

By Geoffrey James | http://www.inc.com/geoffrey-james/how-to-fix-your-presentations.html If you want your audience to make a decision, you need to tell a good story. Here’s how to avoid Death by PowerPoint. Most business presentations are as boring as watching paint dry … in slow motion.  If … Continue reading

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When to Give Up on Your Goals

By Dorie Clark http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2012/02/when_to_give_up_on_your_goals.html A few years ago, I had a brilliant New Year’s resolution: I’d arrange to play squash with my friend Ben three times a week. The lure of seeing him would compel me to visit the gym, and we’d … Continue reading

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Why You Won’t Quit Your Job

by Daniel Gulati|http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2012/01/why_you_wont_quit_your_job.html When I began writing Passion & Purpose in 2009, I met Susan, a young woman on the brink of quitting her investment banking job to pursue her lifelong passion of starting a nonprofit. A year later, when I asked how … Continue reading

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Make a Good Impression in 30 Seconds

by RON ASHKENAS|http://blogs.hbr.org/ashkenas/2012/02/make-a-good-impression-in-30-s.html Here in the U.S., the Super Bowl this weekend showed us the power of 30-second advertisements, and how influential they can be in promoting a company’s awareness. But how often do we craft our own 30-second spots with audiences that we … Continue reading

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The 5-Video Work Week: How To Build Your Brand On YouTube

BY AMBER MAC|http://www.fastcompany.com/1813406/the-5-video-work-week-how-to-build-your-brand-on-youtube In a one-minute video on YouTube, well-known life-hacker Timothy Ferriss describes how to get the shell off a hard-boiled egg without all that annoying peeling. More than 3 million people have watched the famous author describe how adding baking soda to … Continue reading

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What to Do When a Good Cause Goes Bad

By Geri Stengel http://www.inc.com/geri-stengel/susan-g-komen-planned-parenthood-when-good-cause-goes-bad.html?nav=pick Cause marketing seems so simple… until it’s not. How Susan G. Komen could have avoided a public relations disaster Cause marketing seems so simple… until it’s not, and then you’re in crisis management mode. Susan G. Komen for the … Continue reading

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Quiet, Please: Unleashing ‘The Power Of Introverts’

by NPR STAFF|http://www.npr.org/2012/01/30/145930229/quiet-please-unleashing-the-power-of-introverts?sc=fb&cc=fp From Gandhi to Joe DiMaggio to Mother Teresa to Bill Gates, introverts have done a lot of good work in the world. But being quiet, introverted or shy was sometimes looked at as a problem to overcome. In … Continue reading

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