You remember FaceApp, right? That's the app that uses neural networks and artificial intelligence to create a pretty compelling version of your older, grayer self. Well, it's back, partly due to the FaceApp challenge that has celebrities sharing their future selfies along with the rest of us.
Have you ever wondered what happens to those photos you take?...
Christopher Cabrera's awakening happened while he was working at a Silicon Valley startup in the 1990s. He was halfway through hiring an eight-person team when his boss pointed out that all of his hires were white guys in their early 20s. "This isn't a fraternity," his boss said--a phrase that haunted Cabrera more than a decade later when he was launching Xactly, a sales-performance-management-platform company.
Cultivating an efficient and experienced sales team is crucial for every business. However, just because your staff has an impressive track record doesn't mean they're up-to-date on the latest strategies or truly understand how best to sell your product or service.
While your team might be well-versed in a variety of sales tactics...
Looking back on my corporate career, there are teams I was on that stood out. I felt like I was part of something special, achieving something that could only be achieved by a unit rowing harmoniously in the same direction. It's hard to say exactly what made such teams so special.
For a long time, I incorrrectly believed that the product with the best features always wins. The truth is that humans are emotional beings, and we make decisions based on feelings and emotion. This truth applies to people, and how much we like them.
Everyone wants to grow and innovate like Amazon these days. From meager beginnings selling books online back in 1994, Amazon is currently the largest e-commerce retailer and cloud computing platform in the world, and now dominates even the giant Walmart.
Harvard said that they would not renew Professor Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. and his wife, Stephanie Robinson, positions as faculty deans of Winthrop House, a dorm for undergraduate student after student protest
During my first entrepreneurial hiring experience, something funny happened. That summer, we hired eight consecutive people for a single job, and on seven of those occasions, the individual we hired never showed up for their first day of work.
Firing an employee is never pleasant for anyone involved. But there’s a right way and a wrong way. You don’t want to spur a wrongful termination lawsuit – or worse. Whether you’re firing an employee without warning or...