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The Trend Is Your Friend

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Check out the stunning numbers recently cited in a New York Times article: 1 percent of Baby Boomers claimed to be vegetarian, which then progressed to 4 percent of Gen X’ers saying no to meat, and onward to an even bigger bump with roughly 12...
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How To Avoid Great Ideas That Go Awry

How To Avoid Great Ideas That Go Awry
Many of these thinkers were based in the United States. In 1968, Stanford University professor Paul R. Ehrlich published the best-selling book The Population Bomb, in which he warned that overpopulation would soon lead to mass starvation. By 1977, Robert McNamara — the former U.S....
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Project Management By Hostage Taking?

It was simple. Submit our request for changes or enhancements to the product. It then goes through a prioritization effort and depending upon where it lands, we get our features or we don’t. That was the process, but few people believed in it. A lot of requested features never got into the product, at least not through this process. Instead, many of our new capabilities were introduced by what could best be described as hostage taking.
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