The Strategist
Management & Strategy

How to switch emotions off to make a right choice - 12/07/2018

Your task is to make the right choice. Intuition and emotions will be your first assistants. If you let them help you, you’ll lose. Why you cannot trust the intuition Intuition is the first helper, but also the first enemy of decision making. It helps only in areas that you have a good command. It works ideally in a well-known environment, where you perform reusable repetitions and quickly get...

Glassdoor: Google is not the best employer anymore - 12/06/2018

American consulting and research resource Glassdoor has published its annual ranking of the best companies by working conditions based on employee feedback. This year, Bain & Co. consulting company has become the best employer in the United States, bypassing companies such as Facebook and Google. Glassdoor collects and analyzes data provided by employees on working conditions in companies....

How to get rid of smartphone addiction - 11/23/2018

Managing screen time is the same skill as meditation, oratory, or even computer skills. Digital devices were designed to provide us with uninterrupted communication and help in work. Over time, however, we have acquired the "inevitable" quality: our devices require constant attention. But each of us can make a choice and decide what role technology will play in our life. Here are four steps that...

Facebook finds someone to blame for all problems - 11/21/2018

Facebook has found a “scapegoat” who took the blame for the last scandal involving the social network. It’s not Mark Zuckerberg or Sheryl Sandberg, but Elliot Schrage, former vice president of politics and communications, who left the company this summer. Schrage admitted that he indeed hired a company that published fake news to tarnish Facebook’s rivals. Last week, the New York Times accused...

Four tips to live without stress - 11/16/2018

It is impossible to live a normal life or work when you’re stressed: fatigue accumulates, and is about to spill over the edge in the form of tantrums and screams, you work like a robot on weekdays, and want to do nothing on weekends. Mithu Storoni, author of the book "Stress-Proof" believes that this is normal, because our body is not designed for such loads. Compare tasks and cognitive load of...

Morning magic: How to rise and shine - 11/09/2018

Not everyone likes to wake up early in the morning. But what to do if your whole life consists of early rises? The answer is simple - love this time. There is a way to wake up energetic without coffee and make the morning truly wonderful. Almost everyone wakes up to the alarm bell reluctantly, barely pulling themselves out of bed: you have to go to work, take your child to school or cook...

Tesla finds a replacement for Elon Musk - 11/08/2018

The American manufacturer of electric vehicles Tesla announced appointment of a new chairman of the board of directors. Her name is Robyn Denholm, and she will replace the company’s founder Elon Musk, resigned in agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Tesla has appointed Robyn Denholm to the post of new head of the board of directors, the company said. She is the finance...

How to draw a perfect mind map - 11/02/2018

Shortly, a mind map is a complex diagram that copies the tree structure of a neuron and is built on the basis of associations. At the same time, the mind mapping technique proved that it is not only a great way to keep records, but it is also an effective tool for thinking. The theory developed rapidly and found application in various fields, from stimulating creative thinking to improving memory...

The world's richest person loses more than $ 19 billion in two days - 10/31/2018

Amazon’s head and co-owner Jeff Bezos, who is a the top of the rating of the richest people in the world in several versions, including the Bloomberg news agency rating, lost $ 19.2 billion over the past two days due to a decline in the value of the company's shares, the agency said. Shares of Amazon retailer lost 7.8% on Friday, and another 6.3% on Monday. Investors were disappointed with the...

The art of being convincing - 10/26/2018

A good leader can convince. He is able to motivate his workers to actions that they would never do. He can convince managers, investors, colleagues and the whole world that his ideas are right. But what to do if a person does not have charisma, and the “crush an opponent with a powerful argument” method does not help? In the end, the ideas of such a person are tuned out and neglected. Yet,...
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