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Independent Consulting: Is the Gig Economy for you?

6 questions would-be solopreneurs must ask themselves

August 21, 2019 | Insights | Denise Gifford

Recent business trends have made it possible to start independent work more easily, and with more possibilities, than ever before. There is strong support in the business world for hiring expertise on an as-needed basis, and as a result, the …

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  • July 10, 2019 | Interviews

    Ellen Ruppel Shell on Jobs and Work in the Twenty-First Century

    A deep dive into the future of work with The Atlantic correspondent Ellen Ruppel Shell

    We’ve all been hearing a lot lately about the economy: unemployment is near a record low, the stock market is at a record high, and job creation numbers have been relatively steady. Yet behind these reassuring numbers lurks a troubling …

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  • June 19, 2019 | Knowledge | Dr. David Hillson

    Risk Management: Past and Future

    How we got here, and where we might be going

    Everyone agrees that the world is risky and that risk management is important. But where did risk management come from, and where is it going? When and how did we learn that managing risk was an essential life skill? And …

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  • May 22, 2019 | Knowledge | Denise Gifford

    Business Negotiations and the Element of Surprise

    6 tips for successfully managing surprise in a negotiation

    Like it or not, we are all negotiating, all the time—and at some level, all negotiations involve an assessment of the balance of power: how much do I want what the other party has to offer, and how much do …

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  • April 25, 2019 | Interviews

    Diane Mulcahy on the Gig Economy

    An interview with author Diane Mulcahy, preeminent thought leader on the gig economy

    All around us, we see that the world of work has fundamentally changed—there are more freelancers, more part-time workers, and more contractors, all while the security of traditional salaried employment has diminished. The realities of this new economy are far-reaching …

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