Get your company in shape by redefining how people work

Moving at digital speed, thin margins, nonstop competition, disruption…and a pandemic? It’s not easy to run a business these days. Many leaders are eager to adopt ways of working that will help them become elastic, adaptable, and able to weather bigger storms.

The annals of management offer various approaches — theories that have long thrived on the changing needs of leading a business. In the past, executives turned to concepts such as total quality management to identify efficiencies. Then came enterprise resource planning software. Practices like Six Sigma led to process improvement. But none of these strategies were holistic. Given the all-encompassing nature of today’s challenges, executives need speed-to-market and value — and they need to achieve them in weeks or months, not quarters or years. To get there, they should pursue the best ideas faster. That’s not the job of one department, or a single executive.

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How Technology is Revolutionizing Beauty Ecommerce

Emerging technologies like augmented reality and artificial intelligence are keeping beauty in business.

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The current crisis has changed and expectations immensely. Since the lockdown started, personal safety and hygiene have emerged as a top concern. Consumers are scared of visiting crowded marketplaces and in some instances, have postponed purchases. One area that has seen unprecedented growth across multiple facets is online sales. From grocery buying to banking, consumers are meeting most of their needs online.

To be a part of this movement, the beauty industry needs to innovate and offer an experience at par with what brick-and-mortar stores do. Major ecommerce beauty brands have leveraged artificial intelligence (AI) and (AR) to build assessment, comparison and testing tools to

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6 Ways to Make Money from Audio Content


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If you’re in a content-centric business — you write books, sell courses, run coaching programs, etc. — it’s worth paying attention to this emerging trend in content monetization. Audio.

Audiobooks and podcasts have taken the content publishing world by storm in recent years and the market’s impressive growth is projected to continue. If you haven’t started monetizing content in audio yet, this article will suggest several great ways to get started, with real-life successful examples for your inspiration. Some of them don’t even require you to create any new content.

But first, why should you create content in audio?

It is popular (and getting more so by the day)

For eight years straight, audiobook sales have experienced revenue growth in the double-digits, with sales totaling $1.2 billion in the U.S. last year. Similarly,

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Ryan Fitzpatrick Is Showing Us How to Lead From the Sidelines

The veteran NFL QB is giving way to a younger generation and demonstrating that it’s OK to be upset, disappointed or heartbroken.

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Back in March I wrote about the value of backup quarterbacks. With the season now seven games in, we’ve already seen the importance of having a capable, reliable signal-caller to step in at a moment’s notice. For the Miami Dolphins, the season began with Ryan Fitzpatrick, a 16-year NFL veteran loved throughout the league. It was common knowledge that he would start the season, but that eventually, last year’s fifth-overall draft pick — former University of Alabama standout Tua Tagovailoa — would take over.

This cycle is clockwork in the NFL:

  • Team drafts a rookie quarterback high to hopefully
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Why business leaders should try thinking like a comedian

A business executive and a comedian walk into a bar. This isn’t a setup for one of those jokes, not least because I am terrible at telling jokes. No, an executive and a comedian sitting down for a drink or two is actually a setup for a really useful conversation about creative leadership and problem solving. There’s a lot that comedians — or, as Peter McGraw calls them, “the world’s least-professional professionals” — can offer to business leaders: “By emulating the funniest people,” he writes in his new book, Schtick to Business, “you can craft a better career and a smarter business.”

McGraw isn’t suggesting that to be a better manager or leader, you need to be funny; being funny is hard to do and likely to backfire, so don’t try it at home. Rather, based on what he’s seen both in his lab — the Humor Research

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How to identify the types and characteristics of influencers that exist in the market

Through Influencer Marketing, companies have the possibility of carrying out advertising strategies in collaboration with recognized people on different online platforms.

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By: Fluvip, The Influencer Marketing Group.

  • Fluvip has more than 200,000 influencers in Latin America in its portfolio to promote company campaigns.

  • More than 80% of the campaigns carried out between 2019 and 2020 are Instagram stories.

Fluvip technology company that developed an Influencer Marketing platform in Latin America, explains how influencers have become a coveted channel by companies when making their content known and why people are taking it from social networks purchase decisions and relationship with brands, products and the

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