In times of rapid change, there is no such thing as maintaining the “status quo.” In order to add value to your work, you must be committed to continuous learning and growth.
We tend to think that rapid change is something that is only affecting us today. Actually, in different parts of the world, it has been going on for many years. One of the greatest students of change and how people adapt to it was the anthropologist Margaret Mead.
Serendipity can be a wonderful, powerful and mysterious phenomenon. Here’s how it works, and how to put it to work for you.
Sometimes we make bad assumptions that can have a negative impact on our careers, especially during times of rapid or discontinuous change. Here are 7 common assumptions about work today, and the new realities that you need to be aware of.
Richard Montañez went from a janitor to manager of sales promotion for a large company, based on his entrepreneurial spirit and the power of a great idea.
Embedded within Apple’s famous advertising slogan “Think Different” is a strategy we can apply if we want to add significant value to our work.
who is responsible for your career? Turns out it’s not your boss, your company’s culture or those jerks in your department who you’re forced to work with. If you’re unhappy or unfulfilled in your job, it’s you.