The FINANCIAL -- Fitting in may sometimes seem to require abandoning aspects of their personality, upbringing, culture, etc., to fit the larger group. That's degrading. In some cases, standing out may feel isolating or alienating. That's ...

The FINANCIAL -- For many companies, becoming more agile requires a significant change in how leaders and managers promote sustainable success, with a philosophical and functional shift from ...

The FINANCIAL -- Technology is a great imitator. It has imitated everything from taxi drivers to workplaces to friendships. But as the Airbnb example shows, and our own experiences on social media ...

The FINANCIAL -- The urban-rural divide in American politics has been widely documented since the 2016 presidential election. But in the run-up to the 2018 midterm election, more attention has ...

The FINANCIAL -- U.S. consumers expect to spend more money on holiday shopping this year than last year, with millennials likely to be the biggest spenders according to results of the 12th Annual ...

The FINANCIAL -- Superintendents in U.S. public school districts are not as keen on the importance of standardized test scores as indicators of school success as they are about other ...

The FINANCIAL -- Name-calling and rumor-spreading have long been an unpleasant and challenging aspect of adolescent life. But the proliferation of smartphones and the rise of social media has ...

Thr FINANCIAL -- Most people are familiar with the employee life cycle -- the stages an employee goes through with an organization, from attraction to getting hired, through employment to eventual ...