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Recognizing leaders in foodservice innovation

SmartBrief Innovation Awards for Foodservice

Recognizing technologies that are changing the modern workplace

Check out the winners for the first SmartBrief Innovation Awards for Workplace Technology

Formative assessment for any learning landscape

The education landscape continues to shift as schools resume in-person instruction. Tips for applying formative assessment no matter your learning environment.

What role will robots play in the future of food delivery?

With demand for convenient and contactless food delivery options on the rise, autonomous delivery vehicles have the potential to be a game-changer for foodservice and food retail.

When delivering bad news, how do you handle it?

The most recent SmartBrief on Leadership poll question: When delivering bad news, how do you handle it?

Pandemic perspectives from the ICU: What gives clinicians hope

Critical Care SmartBrief is asking readers to share their COVID-19 experience from the ICU.

Hands-on science: How to make it work remotely

Remote learning may not be the ideal environment for student science experiments, but here’s how one science specialist is keeping her students engaged.

Why an old-fashioned nervous breakdown might be a good thing

The nervous breakdown was once seen as an acknowledgment of the body's limits. Meanwhile, too many of us are trying to work our way through this pandemic.

What’s on tap for beer sales in 2021?

Retail sales of beer grew in stores and online during the pandemic, with some trends expected to continue in 2021.

Best practices for visually engaging virtual presentations

Visuals are a key part of any presentation, and virtual meetings provide unique challenges. Learn more about winning visuals when you're not in the room with your audience.

A look at the outlook for Caribbean infrastructure financing

Caribbean infrastructure has suffered at the hands of many natural disasters, which are getting worse as climate change intensifies. How can investors be assured the end-use asset they're funding will be protected?

Richard Feynman's lessons for life (and leaders)

Richard Feynman was as much a teacher as he was a physicist. Here are some of his life lessons for leaders.

Top 10: Texas Roadhouse CEO, free Krispy Kreme for vaccines, Kellogg Cereal Straws

This week, the news of Texas Roadhouse founder and CEO Kent Taylor’s death also resonated with SmartBrief food and beverage readers.

Success at work happens one negotiation at a time

(Almost) everything is a negotiation. Knowing this can help you advance your aims at work -- and you don't need to be a jerk or steam-roll everyone to succeed.

Using telehealth to support student wellness, academic achievement

How telehealth supports Garland ISD’s Health Services Department and promotes student success.

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