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Most people know what's necessary to get the job done, but something specific happens to too many teams that blocks their path to success. It can be depressing to observe. Distracted, hopelessly stressed, and disconnected is the phase a dying...

This week, Mark Zuckerberg testified in front of Congress regarding Facebook's data leaks and basically gave the most patient tech support assistance. Join us as we cover the breaking memes rocking the Internet each week. Let us know below what are s...

Hold up, everyone. The Walmart yodel boy actually performed at Coachella.  Eric Curtin, purveyor of comedy Twitter account @dubstep4dads, tweeted a video of the performance on Friday. He said that after "yodel kid" followed him on Twitter, he re...

For what seemed like eons, but was really just most of 2017, the internet was deeply into slime.  Though slime videos are still a mainstay of the Instagram Discover page, our natural inclination to change things up has led us down the path to ot...

Organizations can capitalize on the differences that exist between the generations by fostering cross-generational communications within their workforce, says organizational and workplace expert Phyllis Weiss Haserot in You Can't Google It! Being awa...

People, not companies, generate value, so why isn't talent at the center of every company's strategy? Most executives today recognize the competitive advantage of human capital, and yet the talent practices their organizations use are stuck in the tw...

I personally have been interested in "The Massacre" (published in 1954 ASIN: B004MLR0WO) by author John J. Vrooman, since the book mentions the half-blood brother, Jacques Van Slyck, whose Dutchman's mother was Otstoch (a half Mohawk and ha...