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In order to access the gold mine great customer service can make accessible, we need more humanities majors -- not fewer.

  • Christian Madsbjerg and Mikkel B. Rasmussen
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  • Jul 30, 2013
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Guest Post | After the World Innovation Forum this year, Leidl walked away with these five big takeaways.

Guest Post | The government, today, breaks down problems in discreet chunks, creating the illusion of simplicity. And it's killing Uncle Sam's ability to creative.

  • Josh Kerbel
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  • Jun 11, 2013
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There seems to be a new breed of entrepreneurs whose greatest skill is playing a political game similar to the corporate stooge.

Guest Post | The ways companies have held on to their best and brightest in the past don't work today and won't work in the future.

Both Washington, D.C. and Silicon Valley are full of type-A personalities, but author Deborah Perry Piscions quickly realized that the similarities ended there.

Predicting the future is easier than you think, and it is shaping the future of politics and business in a variety of ways.