4 Reasons to Leverage the Power of Small Teams

One of our clients’ executives remarked that he had seen a stark difference in results from two similar projects recently. A small team had completed far greater scope in far less time than a much larger team. Mike Strange answers the question: why? (04:00)

Unleashing the Power of Humility

Humility is the essence of self-actualization. Becoming self-aware lets us see the depth and breadth of our own and others’ understanding. (02:45)

4 Ways Sports can Benefit Careers

From interviews to growing networks and leadership opportunities, Sean McCall shares the many benefits sports offer to a person's career. (04:00)

You Need Only One Kind Of Recruiting Technology

The long game is all about building mutually-beneficial trusting long-term relationships with high-potential individuals and adding value to their lives. Scott Hajer highlights the only kind of recruiting technology you need. (03:15)

6 Things to consider when choosing a Data Visualization library

Victor Diaz shares about the six qualities that should be taken into consideration when making your decision. (02:30)

Bigger is Not Necessarily Better

Mike Strange recognizes that some big data projects actually need small amounts of data to gain useful insight while others require massive amounts. (03:00)

Forget coffee. Energize your work morning.

How do you keep technology from encroaching your morning and/or your energy for your most important work? Sean McCall offers alternatives to your usual coffee. (03:30)

Capabilities as Building Blocks

Once we could map the key capabilities, we were able to see where the new organization was going to need to invest in people, processes and technology, again mapped to their overall goals. Susan Paul shares a recent experience utilizing capabilities as building blocks. (01:30)

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