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Practical Innovation

The time of the “big startup era” is over; multiple crises have necessitated a paradigm shift. Innovation is again a prerequisite for that shift, but not innovation can no longer be an end in itself, but a concrete, supportive solution.

Minding your p-values

In defence of statistics, the imperfect science.

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When the Mole is Worth Gold – Advanced Consulting in the Parts Manufacturing Market

International crises always dynamize the market for consulting activities. Even the smallest elements or parts can no longer avoid this process.

The Entitled Generation

The Entitled Generation does not want help, but instead support respect, and recognition for the last stage of a life full of tough decisions.

Me First-World Problems

What is most worrisome is the confidence with which people speak and spread outright falsehoods.

The COVID Excuse

Because of the never-ending pandemic, companies are still trying to use COVID to cover for their mistakes, even when it is irrelevant.

The evolution of automation in an oversupplied market

The importance of automation has accelerated due to the pandemic, as all sectors have seen that predictable, stable business operations no longer work today without automation

The Impact of Covid-19 on Different Generations – Episode 7: The Systemists

It can already be seen that those born after 2008 will have very strong Expert traits, so systems and rules will play important roles in their decisions.

How W.E.I.R.D. is your data?

Is your business psychology knowledge based exclusively on studies conducted on American university students?

Working to Live or Living to Work, Episode 4: The Demanding Supply

Demanding employees are not a new phenomenon. After all, essentially all workers’ rights progress following the Industrial Revolution occurred because employees demanded better labour conditions.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Different Generations – Episode 6: The Followers

While the Followers, born between 1997 and 2008, may be saddened that they are now in the midst of a crisis, their attitudes to life are completely different from those of their predecessors.

Working to Live or Living to Work, Episode 3: The COVID Dam

As job losses piled up early on, many thought that a reopened labour market might alleviate some of the most painful aspects of the shortage. Instead, the crisis actually exacerbated the situation.

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The Vaccine Martyrs

Why is this the hill they are choosing to die on?

The Most Important Manager Features of 2021-22, 4th Place: Happiness

It may come as a surprise that the managers we interviewed ranked “happiness" at all, but after the pandemic, the importance of this trait certainly increased tremendously.

Practical Innovation

The time of the “big startup era” is over; multiple crises have necessitated a paradigm shift. Innovation is again a prerequisite for that shift, but not innovation can no longer be an end in itself, but a concrete, supportive solution.

Sport & Stigma

One stigma that is currently undergoing a major transition is mental illness, and much of the public discussion about mental illness has centred around professional athletes.

THE MOST IMPORTANT MANAGER FEATURES OF 2021-22 5TH PLACE: CONFIDENCE

COVID-19 has drastically reshaped the business environment, so successful managerial qualities are now more important than ever.

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