Issue 157

There Are No Strangers Here: A Rising Tribe Lifts All Boats
Oct. 18, 2017 - By: Sally Haldorson
157 “In my 20 years of covering the genre, I’ve met an awful lot of impressive women in the pages of business books. Thank goodness there are more now than earlier in my career, because the going gets tougher the older I get, and the more responsibility I take on.”


Why We Need a Take Our Daughters to WORTH Day
Oct. 18, 2017 - By: Nell Merlino
157 “It is not an option to stand by passively as the first generation of digital native girls comes of age and struggles—feeling isolated, unworthy, under pressure, and filled with doubt.”


Someday is Not a Day in the Week: Create More Meaningful Work … Now Not Someday
Oct. 18, 2017 - By: Sam Horn
157 “What if, instead of accepting a toxic work situation and/or waiting for it to get better, we took personal responsibility to make it better? What if there were ways to make work more meaningful right where we are, right now?”


Giving Voice to the Voiceless
Oct. 18, 2017 - By: Parisa Khosravi
157 “How many times have we been told not to judge a book by its cover? How often do we fail and completely judge others based on what we think is “normal” or acceptable? How do we know what they are thinking or feeling, if they are not able to tell us in the ways that we are used to? Why do we presume to know their cognitive levels or what they will be capable of in life? Who are we to judge?”



Issue 156

Moving Beyond Competing
Sept. 20, 2017 - By: W. Chan Kim & Renee Mauborgne
156 “Competition exists, and win-lose scenarios abound, but they weren’t what captured our imaginations, nor what we believed our world needed more of. Blue oceans are less about disruption and more about nondisruptive creation, where one’s gain doesn’t have to come at the expense of others.”


Ding Dong the Witch is Dead! The Fall of Homo Economicus and the Rise of Design Thinking
Sept. 20, 2017 - By: Jeanne Liedtka
156 “It is hard to think of a more flawed theory that has had as much of an impact on organizational life as that of the ‘rational man’ of neoclassical economics: an unfeeling automaton, driven by analytic assessments of economic utility and the pursuit of self-interest.”


Why You Should Hire a Futurist
Sept. 20, 2017 - By: Rebecca D. Costa
156 “A quiet revolution is underway. It is as unanticipated and stealth as the internet and social media once were and just as ubiquitous. Every day our knowledge about the future grows more precise, and this is transforming how modern leaders lead.”


How to Move from Just Making Money to Making a Difference
Sept. 20, 2017 - By: Dean Niewolny
156 “If we make the transition successfully into our second half, we emerge with a clear purpose, plan, and focus that will allow us to finish well and live a life of true significance.”


Relationship Capital Unplugged
Sept. 20, 2017 - By: John Hope Bryant
156 “What if I told you there was a reason that you were not as successful as you thought you should be, and it had little to nothing to do with whether you were smart, or competent, or whether you qualified for the job or post you applied for?”



Issue 155

The Art of Inclusion: Why Service Beats Selfies When it Comes to Business
July 26, 2017 - By: Cara Alwill Leyba
155 “Here’s the thing about business. It’s not about you. Or me. People create businesses to solve problems. To help their clients get from Point A to Point B. And while many entrepreneurs are the face of their business, there’s a thin veil between injecting some personality into your work, and completely overriding your services by being self-serving.”




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