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Moving jobs or moving roles? [Mint, New Delhi]

Nov. 25--Should employees move into new roles within the same organization or move jobs for career advancement? What is the role of internal mobility vis-...-vis external mobility in managerial careers? This much-debated issue was analysed in a ... Bloomberg, 4 hours ago
Moving jobs or moving roles?, 7 hours ago

Gender bias in career advancement

Early this year, Forbes magazine named five Thaiwomen amongits list of the 50 most powerful businesswomen in Asia. Of the Southeast Asian countries, Thailand was the only one to have five on the list. Singapore had four, Indonesia and the ...
 Bangkok Post5 days ago

How successful women deal with marriage, mobility & maternity

A lot of women drop out of higher studies or their professional career because of marriage or motherhood. That's the reason many women in their late twenties and early-thirties leave their careers since they find it difficult to do justice to both the roles. “Can I have it all?” is the name of a new book by Anuranjita Kumar, Head of Human Resources for Citi, South Asia. Two powerful women in corporate America – Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and PepsiCo CEO ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Advances in Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems Prove Crucial for the Growth of Biometrics in Law Enforcement

Recent Market Articles 11/24/2015 10:37 AM ET 11/23/2015 4:05 PM ET 11/23/2015 10:00 AM ET LONDON - - The rising use of biometrics in law enforcement mainly depends on the development of automated fingerprint identification system (AFIS). In ...
 Bloomberg2 hours ago

Tom Verducci: How one fading pitcher rescued his career-and what it means for others

Whose arm is it anyway? That question—whether the club or the player controls when and how much a pitcher throws—may have reached a tipping point this year with the very public intervention of agent Scott Boras into the innings-limit sagas of ...
 SI.com15 hours ago What one pitcher's saved career can teach young hurlers  SI.com15 hours ago How one fading pitcher rescued his career-and what it means for others  SI.com15 hours ago

Douglass North, Nobel Winner for Economic History, Dies at 95

Douglass North, who won a Nobel Prize for his studies of how political, social and other noneconomic forces shaped the economic growth of nations throughout history, has has died. He was 95. He died Nov. 23 at his residence in Benzonia, Michigan, ...
 Bloomberg15 hours ago

Duke Of Wellington Sent Napoleon To His Waterloo

Arthur Wellesley grew up in Dublin, studied at Eton, rose in Britain's army, became the Duke of Wellington and in 1815 beat Bonaparte in Belgium. ViewEnlargedImage T he Duke of Wellington was not a military genius like Napoleon. However, he had ...
 Investor's Business Daily13 hours ago
Hidden Wires

Audio Engineering Society Educational Foundation Establishes Audio Precision Sponsored Scholarship Honoring the Legacy of Tom Kite

The Tom Kite Scholarship, is offered to graduate student AES members who have a passion for advancing audio through innovation and technology development — New York, NY — The Audio Engineering Society Educational Foundation announces the ...
 Sensors WorldLink20 hours ago AES Educational Foundation Establishes Scholarship Honouring Tom Kite  Hidden Wires20 hours ago AES establishes Audio Precision-sponsored scholarship honoring Tom Kite  EE-Evaluation Engineering1 day ago

New Skillsoft Survey Suggests Organizations Not Doing Enough to Help Women Advance to Leadership Positions

Research Shows Continuous Learning, Applied Knowledge and Sponsorship Support Development of Future Women Leaders Women are concerned their employers are not doing enough to close the gender gap in leadership positions, according to a new survey ...
 ARN10 hours ago Cos not helping women advance to leadership positions: Survey  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago Women say employers not doing enough to help them advance  Enterprise Innovation2 days ago Cos not helping women advance...  The Echo Of India1 day ago
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UBC study into head impacts in football remains a work in progress

With more than one documented concussion in his career, UBC Thunderbirds running back Brandon Deschamps has a vested interest in research being done at his own university into the effects of impacts to the head of football players. Deschamps, ...
 Metro Canada2 days ago
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