Lessons 2015

We can only see the future through a rear-view mirror. Marshall McLuhan said that—who are we to argue with him? Here are some lessons from 2015 to help you get where you're going in the next one

What It Takes to Build Organizational Diversity

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What We Learned in 2015: The federal cabinet got gender parity this year. Other organizations would do well to follow that lead

What We Learned in 2015


The biggest (and) best ideas of the past year—18 sharp insights from the business world's hottest startups, boldest thinkers and top bosses

What You Can Learn About Problem Solving Through Lego

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What We Learned in 2015: Everything is awesome when you tackle organizational challenges via plastic bricks

What It’s Like to Work at a Stationary Bike Desk


What We Learned in 2015: The latest thing in office fitness, or just another workplace workout fad? One journalist pedals her way to an answer

Why Working from Home Isn’t for Everyone


What We Learned in 2015: Shared offices went big, while a Canadian company built an online assessment to test workers' home-aloneability

Why Business is Better When You Do It With Friends

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What We Learned in 2015: Take it from Taylor Swift—everyone needs a squad

Why You Need to Plan for Success

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What We Learned in 2015: Canada Goose CEO Dani Reiss shares his biggest lesson from the past year

Why You Can’t Afford to Lose the Battle for Public Opinion


What We Learned in 2015: As Porter Airlines' grounded plans for airport expansion show, you can't fight the people

Where Robots Are Starting to Get Jobs

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What We Learned in 2015: Thanks to rapid advances in technology, automation is coming to the white-collar office

Why You Need to Develop Your Own Leaders


What We Learned in 2015: FreshBooks CEO Mike McDerment shares his biggest lesson from the past year

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