The Time-Consuming Activities That Stall Women’s Careers

Harvard Business Review

I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that women’s household responsibilities are taking time away from their career development. But be aware that the decisions you make about how you use your time in both places may have wide implications for your career growth.

But My Business Is Different… | N2Growth Blog

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The Downside of Best Practices | N2Growth Blog

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Moreover if they decide to develop the application should this be done internally with existing staff, or outsourced, and if outsourced will it be done domestically or offshore and who will manage the process.

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Diversity & Leadership | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

I will onshore, offshore, outsource, insource, or execute whatever business strategy I implement without regard for diversity. If I'm candid, I had a difficult time finding female leadership bloggers that had the online influence that male leadership bloggers have.

Get Your Passion Project Moving Without Quitting Your Day Job

Harvard Business Review

How to Stay Stuck in the Wrong Career. The biggest mistake people make when trying to change careers is delaying the first step until they have settled on a destination. Managing yourself Career planning Professional transitions

Motivating Millennials Takes More than Flexible Work Policies

Harvard Business Review

Chamber of Commerce emphasized flex-time as one way to do this — it found that three out of four Millennials reported that work-life balance drives their career choices. Loosen up the notion of the career ladder.

Don't Let Your Best-Connected People Become Bottlenecks

Harvard Business Review

By now, most HBR readers should understand the informal influence that stems from being central to an organization''s network. Consider the situation faced by a leading provider of outsourcing and information technology consulting services with approximately $1.5

Firms Are Wasting Millions Recruiting on Only a Few Campuses

Harvard Business Review

It’s not just that certain schools are known for excellence in a given field or offer coursework and training relevant to a specific career path. The career services director of a top MBA program I interviewed put it best when she said, “Firms are scrambling for diversity.

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How to Navigate a Turf War at Work

Harvard Business Review

“People often don’t want to take away control or power — they just want to introduce a new idea” or have more influence, Uzzi says. By outsourcing the decision to someone else, you “lose control over the outcome,” Brett says. Ultimately, what’s best for the organization may not be the same as what’s best for your career. You’re working on a cross-functional initiative that’s critical to your company.