From Harvard Business Review

There is no such thing as an average or old-fashioned business, just average or old-fashioned ways to do business. The thrill of breakthrough creativity can be summoned in all sorts of industries and all walks of life if executives and entrepreneurs are prepared to reimagine what’s possible in their fields. Read More

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From TED

Join strategist Martin Reeves as he shares startling statistics about shrinking corporate life spans and explains how executives can apply six principles from living organisms to build resilient businesses that flourish in the face of change. View Video

From ragan.com

If delivering a presentation gives you the jitters, the willies or the dreaded heebie-jeebies, try these scientific approaches to chilling out so you can wow your audience. Read More

From marketingprofs.com

Here's a look at the most annoying phrases and words being used at work, according to the following infographic. Read More

From Harvard Business Review

Barn-raising can serve as a model for successful new value creation in today’s hyper-connected world. Read More

From Fast Company Magazine

Employees who are thanked for a job well done are more engaged, plus expressing gratitude to others makes us happier. Read More

From Harvard Business Review

Communities of aspiration: What are they? Why are they necessary to make the workplace more productive, powerful, and innovative? Read More

From Strategy+Business

The legendary management guru believes burying your nose in a book can be the most effective strategy for succeeding in business. Read More

From TED2016

The secret to creating an organization where people feel comfortable working on big, risky projects and exploring audacious ideas. Read More

From knowyourcompany.com

As CEO, you’re somehow both the total insider and the total outsider at the same time. In some ways you’re at the center of the organization. In other contexts, you’re like the last person to know anything. Read More

From Harvard Business Review

What determines whether the ideas we generate are truly creative? Recent research of ours finds that one common factor often gets in the way: we tend to undervalue the benefits of persistence. Read More

From Fast Company Magazine

Best practices don’t make you the best. They make you the average of everyone else who follows them. Click here to read more

From Inc. Magazine.

Check out these quotes from 21 successful executives who credit simple daily habits for helping them get ahead in business and life.