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Make Every (Leap) Second Count  

Samantha Klein June 30, 2015

A lot can happen in a second. A bumblebee can beats its wings 200 times. A runner can break the marathon world record. A tweet can be sent that may damage a reputation for life. You can change some Read more..

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Being a Corporate Millennial  

Michael Murphy-O'Reilly June 29, 2015

This week marks an important point for me: three years ago I started my placement at IBM. This is of course punctuated by returning to university, graduating, travelling and then returning to IBM. Read more..

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Life Hacks: Managing & Retaining [Millennial] Employees  

Rebecca Wissinger June 30, 2015

It’s time for another edition of the IBM Life Hacks! And as I’m typing this from a plane destined for Las Vegas, about to attend my first SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) conference, I Read more..

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Connecting People to Their Waterfront – and to Each Other  

Daniel Davis June 25, 2015

Urban waterfronts, like cities themselves, are always in flux. What might be a thriving landscape of shipbuilding, canneries, or ports in one decade might experience a sharp decline in the next a Read more..

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IBM and Box forge a global partnership to transform work in the cloud  

Jeff Schick June 24, 2015

Organizations continue to look for ways to empower their most precious asset – people – with flatter organizations, data-driven insights, and flexible work styles. To create these more engaging wor Read more..

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Ingredients for Millennial Marketing Success  

Samantha Klein June 23, 2015

Hold the presses. A miracle has occurred. A brand mastered the art of millennial marketing. Channing Tatum participated in a Reddit AMA last week to promote Magic Mike XXL and a charity campaig Read more..

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A Simple yet Powerful Message  

Daniel Davis June 22, 2015

With all of the data and anecdotal stories out there about what makes good vs. poor customer service, it’s astounding that so many companies still get it wrong. Speaking to a human is great, but no Read more..

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