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The four biggest cultural barriers to corporate innovation

Nicholas D. Evans •
CIO

If you’re a regular reader of my column, you’ll know that I write a lot about best practices in corporate innovation and associated strategic themes, techniques and approaches for establishing world-class programs. While we can learn a lot from studying best practices, it’s also helpful – at least once in a while – to study

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10 hidden housing costs new homeowners don’t expect

Wisebread.com and Mikey Rox •
Kiplinger

You’re a new homeowner — congrats! The hardest part is over, for sure (saying goodbye to most of your savings isn’t easy, after all). But the money hemorrhage isn’t finished just yet. There are several under-the-radar and often overlooked fees and expenses that accompany home ownership that a newbie like you might miss. Keep tabs

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Five ways you can use gamified recruitment to attract top talent

Paul Keijzer •
Business2Community
Employee working at a table

Over the past decade or more, gamification has been effectively used to enhance learning experiences in the education sector. It’s helped make learning fun, interactive and highly engaging. Also, students who go through gamified learning experiences have higher retention rates as well. The benefits of gamification have been so impactful that the business world has

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Switching financial roles

Travis •
Enemy of Debt

There’s an old saying about walking a mile in the shoes of someone else to gain wisdom and understanding. That’s true in many aspects of life, including your finances. I’m not talking about living a day in the life of someone significantly more or less off financially, I’m talking about your significant other. Let’s be

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