Startup aims to support the nomadic lifestyle

Legend has it that moving house is one of the most stressful things you can do.  This is especially so if you’re moving to a […]

St. George - The Dragon Slayer

St George’s Day takes place on April 23rd every year, celebrating the patron saint of England, made famous for slaying a dragon and saving a […]

David Kelly’s Curated Content for the Week of 4/10/17

I read through a number of articles and blog posts each day, and every Monday I curate a few of my favorites for members of […]

Achieving cultural fit when you move to a new country

I’m sure we’ve all experienced workplaces where we just don’t fit in.  Our cultures and values are poles apart from those of our employer.  I […]

Are millennials on their own at work?

There’s been an awful lot written about the so called millennial generation, and their impact on the workplace.  Whilst the general perception of them is […]

BGL’s LingoLoop Partners with IRC to Give Free English Lessons to Refugees

BGL has been using technology to deliver quality English instruction to Asian classrooms since 2007. Last year we started a new consumer-facing venture – LingoLoop […]

Cultural Differences: What Soft Skills Are Important in Global Markets?

Though most employers agree that soft skills are important, it is generally unclear which specific skills they have in mind. While these skills may be […]

Why companies fail to absorb external innovation

Open innovation is increasingly popular, but the ability to absorb exciting ideas and innovations that originate outside the organization remains challenging.  A recent study examines […]

Study examines cultural differences in workplace motivation

There have been no shortages of studies aiming to shed light on what motivates us and inspires great performance in the workplace.  A recent international […]

How important is nationality to management style?

The work on culture by Geert Hofstede is something that I’ve covered a few times on this blog over the years.  He proposed various dimensions […]

Is busyness another form of humbelbragging?

It can seem at times that we’re busier than ever before, but how much of what we load ourselves with is actually necessary?  A recent […]

The Critical Problem Revenue Doesn’t Solve

When Robert first said it, I didn’t think much of it. But then he said it again, “Revenue Solves All Organizational Problems.” I couldn’t bear […]

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