A voice-messaging app helps educators manage crises with students in need.
Results are a good thing, but delivering promised results is only half the leader’s job.
Using technology can help airlines better manage operations
Northwestern Mutual tries to get people more comfortable with discussing money.
How do you continue to innovate and lead in your industry, and with your existing workforce when you don't have the budget for M&A?
As loyalty apps grow more popular, companies rely on data from them to glean customer data, but store and restaurant employees shouldn’t be overlooked when it comes to gauging customer behavior.
A roundup of real-time tweets from SmartBrief Education's annual STEM Pathways event.
Airlines are increasingly using technology and data to better service
You can't have a strong bench if you aren't inspiring your people -- and holding them accountable.
Taco Bell’s debut of a modern, updated look at four of its Calif. locations was this week’s most-clicked story, and readers were also drawn to news that chef Mario Batali was tapped to prepare the final state dinner hosted by President Obama.
There is no safe way to be great, and, there is no great way to be safe. The safe paths have all been taken. The paths left to us require risk.
Emojis are not just for expressing emotion. Here's how marketers can use them.
Snack brand KIND has gained fans with its nut bars and other snacks, and made headlines when its petition prompted the FDA to review its definition of the term "healthy." The company's Stephanie Perruzza discusses what healthy means at KIND.
3 ideas for connecting real-life politics to classroom practices.
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