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From different management styles to collaboration techniques, everyone has their own way of tackling projects and getting work done. Ideas are constantly brewing in his head, and he’s always working on something, whether it’s brand new or 10 years in the making.

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I'm one of three employees in my department.

They didn't want to leave the department without any supervision or coordination so they decided to promote one of the three senior designers to Team Lead.

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5 Types of Corporate Culture [0.12]

Posted on Aug. 1, 2017, 2 p.m. by Women on Business @ [source]

Millennials, according to Pew Research Center, make up more of the workforce than any other age group. What’s more, 60 percent of newly graduated millennials value corporate culture above pay, and that number rises to 69 percent when those already in the workforce are included, according to Accenture.

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Many small business owners we speak with operate out of a home office and have children. Look at companies like TaskRabbit for running errands or other small jobs that take you away from your core duties.

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It’s been a weird couple of days for Mass Effect Andromeda. First, there was a rumor started by someone trying to claim to be from a company that works with BioWare on Mass Effect DLC, saying that single-player Andromeda DLC wasn’t coming to the game.

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Funding Friday: Kickstarter Gold [0.27]

Posted on June 30, 2017, 8:37 a.m. by AVC @ [source]

Our portfolio company Kickstarter launched something cool a couple weeks ago.

From June 20 through July 31, we’re spotlighting new projects by exciting artists and makers who use Kickstarter to sustain their creative independence.

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The Benefits of Taking a Slower Approach to Innovation [0.05]

Posted on June 26, 2017, 1 p.m. by HBR.org @ [source]

Slow innovation projects can be just as impactful in the long-term. It’s called slow innovation.

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I recently wrote about how entrepreneurs deal with setbacks.

California-based entrepreneur Gurbaksh Chahal is no stranger to adversity.

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It’s now official: China’s COSCO Shipping and the Port of Lianyungang have signed on to take a 49% cut of Kazakhstan’s epic Khorgos Gateway dry port.

Khorgos Gateway sits within the broader Khorgos Eastern Gate SEZ — a massive 600-hectare development area that is strategically positioned in Kazakhstan right on the border with China.

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Can Do Vs Must Do [0.14]

Posted on May 21, 2017, 11:01 a.m. by AVC @ [source]

Over the past few months, I’ve been reminded about the difference between “can do” and “must do” and how companies often confuse the two. I told the person presenting the plan to me that I don’t think a plan should have more than three things on it.

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For a new form of funding, initial coin offerings, or ICOs, have been raising money at astonishing speed — amassing about $440 million over two years, mostly for developers of early-stage projects.

Early-stage blockchain entrepreneurs have already raised more money via ICOs than venture capital this year, and VCs, seeing the writing on the wall, are beginning to disrupt themselves by tokenizing their own fundraising rounds.

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You can imagine the benefits of working from home for employees: lounging on the couch, drinking hot chocolate, taking an afternoon nap. In fact, 30 percent of employees who worked from home said that the limited distractions in their home offices led to more productivity.

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Upscale Properties Invade Berlin's Western Half [0.10]

Posted on May 12, 2017, 5:12 a.m. by Forbes Real Time @ [source]

For more than 25 years, homebuilders have been pouring money into the eastern half of Berlin, building new homes in areas that were crumbling and shabby when reunification took place. Now, with prices at record highs in the old East Berlin and developable land in short supply, developers are increasingly turning to the city’s western half, which has found itself in the grip of a building boom.

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Fans of Mass Effect are currently having their spirits crushed in the wake of news that the next game in the series, a sequel to Mass Effect Andromeda, may be getting shelved indefinitely as BioWare Montreal is reassigned to other projects.

Even as BioWare continues to focus on the Mass Effect Andromeda community and live service, we are constantly looking at how we're prepared for the next experiences we will create.

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6 Ways to Inspire Creativity in Your Office [0.18]

Posted on May 11, 2017, 1:03 p.m. by SmallBizClub @ [cached copy]

To get something you’ve never had, you have to do something you’ve never done before. The same applies to the workplace and your team.

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I have been trying to get closure on the status of my job for almost a year now.

I created a project plan for 2017 and submitted it to my supervisor "Dan.

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Reader Resource Apply now to be an Entrepreneur 360™ company. That’s to those employees' detriment.

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The First Wave of Corporate AI Is Doomed to Fail [0.08]

Posted on April 18, 2017, 3 p.m. by HBR.org @ [source]

Driven by a fear of losing out, many companies have announced AI-focused initiatives. Unfortunately, most of these efforts will fail.

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My team and I launched crowdSPRING in early 2008. We would look at everything and then we would execute.

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