The travel industry is on the verge of a reboot. Hospitality was the business sector most visibly touched by the international coronavirus pandemic, from news flashes of outbreaks on cruise ships to the gradual locking-down of airports, museums, hotels, and restaurants. As the industry awakens from this unprecedented shutdown, hospitality management graduates have the opportunity to … More 5 Reasons to Study International Hospitality Management
Entrepreneurs need to see in three directions at once: towards previous trends, the future, and deep into the present moment. So it is only right that today’s MBA applicants are considering the dramatic change in the local and global situation before committing to a master’s program this fall. Of course, this decision is personal and … More Why Study for your MBA in Rotterdam?
Digital transformation, digital disruption, technology management, strategy, innovation, and technology are very hot topics that executives can’t ignore anymore — whatever their field. Embracing the exciting world of the smart workplace is an essential challenge for established leaders who wish to drive their organizations forward. Artificial intelligence (AI) is already changing the way that business is done. … More Why Executives and Leaders Should Learn More About Digital Transformation and Robotics
Remember those cringe-worthy corporate training videos they used to make in the 1980s? Today they still resurface on YouTube and TV compilation shows, and a few key ingredients are guaranteed: wooden acting, a creaky script, Dad jokes, and more cheesy video effects and titles than you could fit on a floppy disk. While the technology … More Corporate Training Videos: Everything You Need to Build Great Content
The 26th of August is National Dog Day in the USA. “But I treat my dog like my Valentine every day of the year,” you protest. “Surely this is just a ploy by the greeting card industry!” Well, perhaps your dog gets the royalty treatment when you’re at home or in the park. But while she may be … More Why Your Boss Should Allow Dogs at Work
Innovation is a major currency in 21st-century business — but new ideas aren’t generated in a bubble. The 20th-century model of the lone genius who figures it out for themselves and strides on to take the glory has become dated. In major innovation ecosystems like Silicon Valley and San Diego, business leadership is not about … More The Power of a Network in the Innovation Economy
Next time your friendly office robot puts its hand on yours and offers you a piece of professional advice that absolutely nails your emotional state, don’t be shocked. The machine may know your personality better than you know yourself—and all from looking into your eyes. Okay, we’re not quite there yet. But researchers have now … More How you Give your Personality Type Away in the Workplace (and Why it Matters)
You’re principled, organized, and driven – so why, as an INFJ, are you not encouraged to pursue leadership roles? The INFJ’s steady reputation often earns us positions of responsibility such as life coach, counselor, or employee relations officer; but positions of actual authority tend to evade us (or we avoid them). It’s an odd one, … More Should an INFJ Accept a Management Position?
Operating successfully in business requires a combination of sharp natural instincts, a thorough education, and a constant attendance to developing trends. It’s not a rigid science: that’s why the best business people work hard to make up for shortcomings in their instincts by learning and practicing the traits and skills that they need. But there’s … More How to overcome your fear of business meeting ‘small talk’