Career Building in the Time of Coronavirus – BU Questrom School of Business

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Written by Toria Rainey

Furloughed? Laid off? Worried you will be? As the United States grapples with unemployment levels rivaled only by the Great Depression, figuring out how to reset a career—or prevent it from stalling—is a daunting task.

Charles …

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Career Search Success – Dan Spiess, Feld IRM

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Here are 5 New Year’s resolutions that will help with your career search and set you up for success.

 

I will keep my resume/Handshake up to date: Even if you never lift a finger to job hunt, keep your …

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The Unexpected Benefits of Pursuing a Passion Outside of Work

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It seems like we’re constantly told to pursue work that we’re passionate about. At least in the United States, this advice follows people from school and into their careers. As billionaire investor Ray Dalio advises in his book Principles, “make …

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Pathways to Progress for Women Entrepreneurs – MIT Sloan Management Review

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Written by Whitney Sales

Female founders, particularly in B2B startup companies, face unique challenges when it comes to gaining funding and support.

When we look at the challenges women face in entrepreneurship today, the discussion often involves the tech sector …

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Top 10 Emerging Skills for the C-Suite – Gartner

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Written by Jackie Wiles

Gartner TalentNeuron™ data shows that C-suite executives are increasingly expected to have both technical skills such as advanced-tech knowledge and design thinking “soft” skills.

“Every day I have to influence someone I’ve never met before,” says …

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Building Digital-Ready Culture in Traditional Organizations – MIT Sloan Management Review

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Written by George Westerman, Deborah L. Soule, and Anand Eswaran

Getting your company into digital shape doesn’t mean dumping everything that has made it strong.

Even though traditional companies find much to admire and learn from in the cultures of …

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How To Prep Your Employees For AI Disruption – Forbes

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Written by Insights Team

In 1888, the London-based accounting firm that became PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) faced a major technological upheaval thanks to the Burroughs adding machine. The first-ever mechanized calculator, an invention by William Seward Burroughs, cut the time to perform …

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Giants can dance: Agile organizations in asset-heavy industries – McKinsey & Co.

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The agile revolution is sweeping across industries, and asset-heavy companies are taking note. We explore how and where they can capture the benefits of agility while preserving safety and assurance.

Agility …

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Give to Grow- The Art of Networking – Linkedin.com

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As I start a new adventure with Waypoint Robotics and take what may be a permanent pause on P.H. Koules Consulting, the practice I launched 7 years ago, I’m taking time to reflect a bit on my journey. I consider my consulting …

By Geena Munroe
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Career Certainty — and the Uncertainty of It All – Inside HigherEd

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I have always enjoyed working in fields that include a lot of gray areas — those nebulous, intangible zones between something being absolutely correct and being incorrect. After all, if there is a singular right and wrong answer, it means …

By Geena Munroe
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