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How to Make Sure Your Business Is Safe And Secure

Joseph Lalonde

With the amount of cybercrime and the need to rely so much on technology it is no surprise there are so many data breaches and hacks going on day to day. Keep track of any keys or fobs used. This is a contributed post to

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Ten Years After Ford’s Spectacular Turnaround, What Alan Mulally Reveals About Brand-Inspired Cultural Revolution

Great Leadership By Dan

HIs leadership of the venerable Ford Motor Company's recovery from the Great Recession of 2008 has been celebrated and analyzed from many perspectives -- the development of industry-leading products and partnerships with technology and consumer electronics companies , the revival of the Taurus brand, the consolidation of global operations into a single business unit, etc.

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Generation to Generation: How to Save the Family Business

Harvard Business Review

Consider this: In the United States alone, family-owned businesses (FOBs) are responsible for 60% of total US employment and generate 78% of all new jobs. Given the vast impact of FOBs on every economy in the world, we were keen to learn if there were differences between the boards and governance practices of family and non-family owned companies. A similar percentage held advanced degrees: 75% of FOB directors and 77% of non-FOB directors. 56% of non-FOB directors).

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How to Protect Your Professional Edge

Strategy Driven

Just click the fob on your keychain and listen for that telltale beep. The examples are numerous, but they all point to the fact that technology is an ever-present part of our lives, saving us time, effort, and even memory. In the same way that ‘going paperless’ doesn’t mean less paperwork, using technology to manage your contacts, calendars, and communication still requires diligence.

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The Key to Better Cybersecurity: Keep Employee Rules Simple

Harvard Business Review

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently changed its guidelines to reflect this reality, and now recommends getting rid of rules that complicate password practices for end users, such as requiring frequent password resets. They also recommend multi-factor authentication, such as codes sent to smartphones and key fobs. Emma Todd/Getty Images. It’s a common adage that employees are the weak link in corporate cybersecurity.