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    From the irises in our eyes to the shape of our ears to our fingerprints, no two humans on earth—even “identical” twins—are alike. So when our bodies become sick or injured, applying a one-size-fits-all, trial-and-error treatment for whatever ails us may be a good solution for a majority of patients, but it is not the […]



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    Four tips for when the phones come out.



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    What makes you unique can help you get ahead.



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    Remind them of the value they bring to the team.



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    Sponsor content from Kinaxis.



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    They’re looking for people with critical thinking skills.



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  • 09/19/19--14:50: Troublesome Teammates
  • Is a coworker getting on your nerves? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Amy Gallo, the author of the HBR Guide to Dealing with Conflict. They talk through what to do when a coworker acts like their responsibilities are beneath them, a colleague you referred to the team is being aggressive and sneaky, or a fellow team member is coasting while you’re putting in long hours.



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    UK CEOs are spending more than a week a year preparing for it.



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    Degrees still matter, but online programs are playing a complementary role.



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    According to results from four experiments.



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    You don’t have to be OOO to set an OOO message.



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    A conversation with Editor-in-Chief Adi Ignatius.



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    What’s driving the protests and what it means for businesses.



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    Don’t be shy about bringing your ideas to the table.



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    Reform needs to come from outside of higher ed.



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    The good, the bad, and the surprising from a new report.



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    Netflix, Adobe, and Amazon top the list.



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    Advice for organizers, speakers, and attendees.



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    Andrew McAfee, co-director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, explains how the U.S. economy is growing and actually using less and less stuff to do so. Thanks to new technologies, many advanced economies are reducing their use of timber, metals, fertilizer, and other resources. McAfee says this dematerialization trend is spreading to other parts of the globe. While it’s not happening fast enough to stop climate change, he believes it offers some hope for environmental protection when combined with effective public policy. McAfee is the author of the book “More from Less: The Surprising Story of How We Learned to Prosper Using Fewer Resources — And What Happens Next.”



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    Advice for organizers, speakers, and attendees.



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