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The Challenge Of Working With Things People

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The Challenge Of Working With Things People
An old friend who worked with me many years ago in manufacturing found it convenient to divide manufacturing people into three groups. "People/people," who like and seek feedback from others like sales people. “Idea/people," who get a big bang out of new ideas like engineers. And "things/people," who identify with [...] Read More >
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Apple WWDC: Here's What Everyone's Talking About
WWDC is in full swing and FORBES' Miguel Helft is on scene live blogging the event. Here's a roundup of some new developments coming out of the conference today: Goodbye Newsstand, Hello Flipboard? - Apple has announced a new app that's something like Flipboard and is planning to phase out its Newsstand app, Recode first [...] Read More >
Kate Vinton , Forbes Staff

'Destiny' Is Coming To E3: Here's What To Expect
Bungie may have just recently expanded and overhauled Destiny with its recent expansion "House of Wolves," but we all know there's more on the way. Luckily, we'll be finding out just what that is pretty soon: bungie is coming to E3, and that gives them a chance to re-introduce the [...] Read More >
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The Best Cities For Freelancers
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Do you have a full-time job with a 401(k) and health benefits? Don’t count on it lasting until you’re ready to retire. Increasingly companies are moving toward a contingent workforce. According to a 2010 study by tax preparation software firm Intuit, the share of U.S. workers who will be making [...]
Susan Adams , Forbes Staff

Data With A Heartbeat: How CMOs Can Find Humanity In Numbers
This article is by Andy Grayson, head of brand strategy at Goodby Silverstein & Partners. There’s no arguing that the CMO job is more complicated than ever before. In a recent survey by Adobe, 76 percent of marketers agreed that “marketing has changed more in the last two years than in the [...] Read More >
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How To Handle Mistakes So They Don't Harm Your Career
Being human, we all make mistakes. A mistake can be a black mark that derails a person's career. Or the same event can simply be a non-event, a pebble dropped in water leaving hardly a ripple. The difference lies in how you handle it. Read More >
Victor Lipman , Contributor

Apple Pay Coming To The UK: Full Details Announced
Today has brought some great news for iPhone owners based on the opposite side of the Atlantic. Apple Pay - the iPhone maker's NFC payment system is coming to the UK. Until now, Apple Pay has been limited to the US and its WWDC 2015 event revealed that nearly 1 million stores [...] Read More >
Antony Leather , Contributor


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