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Artificial intelligence in health care: What you need to know

With the growing hype around AI and its recent elevation among policy makers at the national level, artificial intelligence continues to be a hot button issue filled with promises of positive change and challenges. Similar to the ever-changing tides of ...

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Two paths for 21st-century law firms: innovation or extinction

When I graduated from law school in 1995, the world was a different place. Legal research still took place in law libraries using books. Windows 95 had not yet been released, and MS-DOS reigned supreme. The internet was just emerging ...

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How to relieve networking headaches (access required)

Q. I hear networking is about being a connector. What is a connector? Looking to connect A. The ultimate networking pros are connectors of people. They are thoughtful, proactive and always interested in helping others with whatever they may need. ...

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To be good lawyer, you have to be healthy

The legal profession is the most hazardous of all professions to our health, research shows. What’s more, our future generation of lawyers is most at risk, with younger lawyers suffering the highest rates of problem drinking and depression. If you ...

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Money Management: Despite strong economy, federal deficit soars (access required)

One item that seems to have been forgotten, or at least received very little press coverage, is that despite having a very strong economy, the federal deficit is going up at a time it would be expected to be dropping. ...

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This intellectual property is worth a lot of Bitcoin: What’s protecting this disruptive blockchain technology?

Blockchain is a decentralized database, often referred to as a distributed ledger where transactions are confirmed and recorded. The system is sturdy and secure, as information cannot be altered once it is entered into the ledger. By checking the blockchain ...

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Strong mentorship key to develop leadership skills

Throughout my career, both in technology organizations and now as a principal consultant focused on the organizational health movement, I have seen experienced executives and rookie leaders alike make the same leadership mistakes over and over. In fact, I made ...

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Autonomous vehicles could drive some employers crazy

You may not have realized it yet, but we’re experiencing a unique convergence of multiple trends that will ensure that autonomous vehicles (AVs) will soon change life as we know it. Vehicles are becoming more electrified and connected with one ...

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New DOL opinion letters offer employers guidance (access required)

After nearly a 10-year hiatus, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division recently issued three formal opinion letters, setting forth its views on various wage-and-hour issues addressed to the WHD by interested parties. Opinion letters represent official WHD ...

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Research leads retail interior trends

New research is yielding data that helps us determine how retailers can best meet shoppers’ emotional and behavioral needs. Preferences change over time, and retail interior design needs to change all the time too. Market changes, such as a growth ...

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