[ad_1] Businesses should forget about achieving a sense of post-pandemic normalcy and prepare for a series of black swan events that risk sinking the unprepared, said Jim Collins, author of the best-selling management book. Good to excellent. By putting the right people in the right positions, high-caliber leaders who focusRead More →

[ad_1] Your employees are one of your company’s greatest assets and their performance has a major impact on your bottom line. However, it is not enough to hire qualified employees. How your business leaders handle them can have a huge impact on your overall business performance. Managers and business ownersRead More →

[ad_1] How people management evolved As we move from the knowledge age to the innovation age, the way we manage talent must change as well. After starting out as hunter-gatherers, humanity evolved from the Agricultural Age (from around 10,000 BC) and the Industrial Age (250 years ago) to the KnowledgeRead More →

[ad_1] Top line Americans broadly back public health recommendations to layer face masks as new variants of the coronavirus spread across country, new Harris survey found, but a much smaller part actually follows the guidelines and duplicates itself. A man wears a double mask as he walks in Times SquareRead More →

[ad_1] A new website launched on Tuesday will help Spartanburg residents connect with black-owned businesses. “And we believe this is a step forward in building an equitable community in Spartanburg,” said Natasha Pitts, Equity and Inclusion Officer for the City of Spartanburg. The City of Spartanburg, One Spartanburg and theRead More →