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Recent Data Shows That Style-Driven Startups Have The Power To Shift Tech’s Gender Balance And Bring More Women To The Tech Table. But Is That A Good Thing?
The fact of the matter is that the busier we are, the faster we need to be able to process information. Pictures are simply easier to scan. Like it or not, people don’t have a lot of time, or patience, for words.
"I propose that at the age of 18, you should, just as a policy, change your name," Schmidt said, with a smile. "Then you can say, 'That really wasn't me; I really didn't do that!'"
So you've finally finished developing your product or service, flushed out your business model, and you're ready to dive head first into your new business venture — but how the heck do you raise enough capital to get started?
This constant frame of gender as a "women's issue" is one of the big obstacles to progress — in both countries and companies.
A gun made with 3-D printer technology has been successfully fired in the U.S.
The increased complexity of the job has made CMOs more fulfilled, challenged and respected, resulting in a big shift in how long they stick around.
Sometimes we resist looking inward for big, comprehensive solutions.
Every time there's a tragedy — be it 9/11, Hurricane Sandy, or the Boston Marathon bombing — there's an expectation that corporations will do something to aid the victims. "Something," however, has gotten ever more complex.
Could a recent push by the Congressional Budget Office to include data visualizations in their complex reports drive more nuanced, informed thinking?