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Stop sending out boring resumes

A very useful advice from a CEO about writing an interesting resume! I will certainly apply it in the future. Influence in day-to-day life is hard enough to achieve, let alone execute on paper. I have written and read more resumes than I would care to admit. As a CEO, for some years n...
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Weekly Tips and Tools for Job Searching

This issue simply provides not only general advice on eliminating stress and uncertainty in the job search but also specific advice to increasing enthusiasm in an interview.
, Hult International Business School '13 | March 17, 2014 0   
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Hiring Gen Y Talent and the Recruiting Skillset 3.0

These past couple of months we focused our blog on recruiting Gen Y talent. We covered why overcoming skepticism towards hiring Generation Y is a smart idea for your business. We explained that sourcing and attracting Gen Y is not a Mission Impossible and we helped decipher the Gen Y job interview ...
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What Strategy Is Not

There are plenty of definitions of strategy. This article gives an interesting spin regarding what strategy is NOT. "My strategy is to win the 400 meters at the Olympics". This is a goal, NOT a strategy "My strategy to win the 400 meters at the Olympics is by running faster than anyone else"....
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Overcoming the risk of failure

"What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?" Vincent van Gogh Are you stuck in place and afraid to act because you are afraid you might fail? If so, you arenít alone! Most of us at some time find ourselves immobilized by the fear of failure, especially when the possibility...
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The rise of the digital bank

As European consumers move online, retail banks will have to follow. The problem is that most banks arenít ready.
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How To Use Math To Crush Your Friends At Monopoly Like You've Never Done Before Read more: http://www.businessinsider.c

Monopoly is one of the classic American games. It's played amongst close friends, loved ones, and trusted business partners. It's also one of the few times in life where it's perfectly acceptable to want to systematically annihilate and crush the aforementioned friends, loved ones and partners. W...
, University of California Irvine - The Paul Merage School of Business '15 | August 12, 2014 2   
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The digital battle that banks must win

The average consumerís banking relationship is dominated by making payments. So why are banks doing so little to defend this critical beachhead?
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Why you should ask about the FIFA World Cup during your next job interview

The 2014 FIFA World Cup came and went, and it had us all crazy with infatuation. The craze definitely had an impact on companies, large and small. Although there are arguments on whether the World Cup had a negative impact on productivity, it does help job seekers learn a little more about a compan...
Anand Patel, University of California Irvine - The Paul Merage School of Business '14 | July 26, 2014 0   
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