What Does the Future of Work Look Like After COVID-19?

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by Marc Fischer, Co-Founder and CEO of Dogtown Media COVID-19 has forever changed how we approach work. When the pandemic began, Dogtown Media, my mobile app development firm, said goodbye to its Los Angeles-based headquarters for the past decade. We left this office, moved the entire team to remote work, and don’t have any intention […]

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Does Your Organizational Culture Produce “Brave and Bold” Employees?

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by Lloydette Bai-Marrow, Principal Consultant & Founding Partner at ParaMetric Global Consulting and Co-Founder & Director of Black Women in Leadership Network   During the past few tumultuous months, the idioms about “a bad apple” or “a few bad apples” have been heard often in relation to law enforcement practices in the United States. Those […]

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Internal Investigations: Principles to Consider

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by Lloydette Bai-Marrow, Principal Consultant & Founding Partner at ParaMetric Global Consulting and Co-Founder & Director of Black Women in Leadership Network   The pandemic has created tempting opportunities for fraud, corruption, and other financial crimes. Those complicit in criminal activity today may stay put or move on to different companies tomorrow. Organisations will need […]

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Challenges and Opportunities in the Electric Utility Market

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by Lee Layton, President of L2E Consulting   Electric utilities in the United States are facing a wide array of new challenges and these challenges create market opportunities. The following five trends are worth watching as the utility industry evolves to meet customer expectations.   BLOCKCHAIN Electric utilities are looking at blockchain ledgers to track […]

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Expected Impact on Expedition Cruising after COVID-19

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by Hans Lagerweij, President of Albatros Travel   Over a year ago I wrote the blog “Expedition Cruising: Goldmine or Bubble?” , talking about the incredible growth in this cruise segment. The COVID-19 crisis has abruptly halted this growth. We cannot talk about a bubble that has burst, because the underlying interest in the experiences […]

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How Entrepreneurs Can Prepare For The 5G Era

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by Marc Fischer, Co-Founder and CEO of Dogtown Media There’s no shortage of hype surrounding 5G. Per the June 2019 Ericsson Mobility Report, “No previous generation of mobile technology has had the potential to drive economic growth to the extent that 5G promises.” Now, this potential is finally becoming a reality. 5G is poised to […]

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Disruptive Digital Pathology

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by Ken Powell, President, Genesis Business Development In vitro diagnostics (IVDs) are essential to health care delivery. Over 70% of all clinical decisions are based on an IVD result. While clinical diagnostic tests yield qualitative or quantitative results with corresponding normal ranges, anatomical pathology results produce a diagnosis, which is usually associated with cancer. Anatomical […]

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Pros & Cons of Developing Luxury Residences for Independent Hotels

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by Sebastian Moritz, Director at Moricon Consultants Ltd. and ResiSettle Ltd, partner at Gryphon Partnership This article focuses on some of the challenges and opportunities independent hoteliers face when contemplating the addition of residences to their current business structure. As major brands are already heavily investing in the residential market – backed by well-known brand […]

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The Impact of Transformative Leaders

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by Joseph E. Fournier, President & Vice Chairman, Invenias Partners The only organ in the human body that has the capacity to regenerate is the liver. As little as 25% of the original liver can regenerate back to its full size. Organizations regenerate and transform too when they recognize that their current way of operating, […]

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The Evolution of Retail

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by Gerry Murphy, Founder of Pentalogy Marketing There are many headlines about the “Retail Apocalypse” and how it’s the end of the Retail landscape as we know it. This may be true, but I would rather consider the state of the market more as a Market Rationalization than a demise. There are many success stories […]

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