Month: June 2020

Kraulis working on an Omega Speedmaster at Tate Modern As the world’s leading, and perhaps only, watch portraitist, Julie Kraulis was once a revered children’s-book author and illustrator of ‘Whimsy’s Heavy Things’ and ‘An Armadillo in Paris’, well-before she discovered the immaculate beauty of wristwatches. Kraulis drawing an FP Journe Chronomètre Souverain Commencing her new
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It’s been surprisingly rare for CEOs to confront governors directly during the pandemic, but Paul Glantz finally figured he had little choice. After Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer forced Emagine Entertainment to cancel a Juneteenth film festival, Glantz has sued Whitmer and the state, alleging everything from violations of civil rights and due process to politically
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The ability to work hard and respond resiliently to failure and adversity; the inner quality that enables individuals to work hard and stick to their goals, embrace the happier outlook and arming yourself to deal with life inevitable hardships, setbacks, and summon mental strength to move on, that is how the vital trait “Mental Strength”
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Founded by Gucci in 1921 in the Italian city of Florence, this Italian brand has gone from strength to strength to now be regarded as one of the leading names in fashion and leather across the world. Continually listed in Business Week’s Magazine in Top 100 global brands, Gucci holds a value of approximately 17.6
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As stay-at-home orders around the world are being lifted and workplaces are starting to come back together into some semblance of a new normalcy, it is more important than ever for leaders to get clear on their commitment to a work environment that is –and is perceived as – free of discrimination of all kinds.
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If you have a good memory, you might remember participating in group projects in high school. There was always one kid smarter than the rest of the group and would take charge. The rest of us didn’t care enough or were too scared to tell the kid we didn’t agree, so we simply went with
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Few management practices have captured business attention more than the quest for operational efficiency. Indeed, over the years, businesses across a wide spectrum of industries have readily adopted practices such as Just-in-Time (JIT) and lean manufacturing, which drive efficiency across production and distribution processes. But is the zeal for efficiency really worth it? Do firms
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The Software Development Life Cycle (commonly known as SDLC) is the process used to explain how software is delivered to customers in a series of steps or phases. It’s the backbone of modern software development and is vital to a software developer’s success. A software development company uses this process not only to make sure
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