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100 Best Curator and Museum Blogs - Museummedia Visit our new website There are amazing museums and exhibitions to discover in The Netherlands and Belgium. By showing short trailer-like video clips on this new website we target new museum visitors. This well designed responsive website makes it easy for everyone to scroll through nice museums and spots in the low countries. By Emily Thomas Although not everyone has the resources to visit and study museums up close and personal, the Internet makes it possible for you to get a look into them from afar.

Basecamp organiser son foyer Basecamp is more than just a project management tool — it’s an elevated way to work. Teams that switch to Basecamp become better teams. They’re more productive and better organized. They communicate better and require fewer meetings. 46 Free Social Media Monitoring Tools to Improve Your Results - DreamGrow Last Updated on December 8th, 2019 If you want to know what’s happening with your brand’s social networking sites you need social media monitoring tools. Before you reach for your wallet and start to spend money try out some of the free social media monitoring services. This way you will get an understanding of what is available and if you need any paid services to monitor social media.

Musée 2.0 ou la visite de musée connecté - Orange Pop In order to enhance the museum experience, professionals are constantly experimenting with new technologies. We sat down with Armelle Pasco, director of Orange’s cultural partnerships program, to discuss recent innovations. Orange Pop: In terms of guided visits, where do things stand at the moment?

Cultivating innovation at work Can you pay people to innovate? Companies increasingly look to knowledge workers to advance new strategies, products, services, and processes, but making it happen is tricky: Dangling financial rewards can actually prove counterproductive. Behavioral research points to ways to effectively kindle employees’ motivation to innovate. Any garage band worth its salt knows the odds of becoming rock stars are against it. Zoom Website Search Engine - Add search to a website, intranet or CD V7.1 is now released with 12x increased indexing capacity and up to 5x performance gain! Read more here. Zoom V7 is the most powerful version of Zoom yet.

This Is How We’ll Experience Storytelling in the Future In the future, you won’t just consume stories by watching a movie or tuning into a podcast via earbuds. You’ll be standing in the middle of them—maybe you’ll even be able to see the blurry tip of your nose in front of you—with panoramic vision, perhaps a sense of smell, and maybe even the slight feeling of vertigo. “Originally stories were living things,” says Charlie Melcher. “It was a dialogue, something you could interrupt, or physically respond to.” Melcher thinks that sort of interactivity is exactly what the future holds. Some of these new physical effects—surround vision, a sense of depth perception, vertigo—are vividly felt in virtual reality films.

Primal Leadership: The Hidden Driver of Great Performance When the theory of emotional intelligence at work began to receive widespread attention, we frequently heard executives say—in the same breath, mind you—“That’s incredible,” and, “Well, I’ve known that all along.” They were responding to our research that showed an incontrovertible link between an executive’s emotional maturity, exemplified by such capabilities as self-awareness and empathy, and his or her financial performance. Simply put, the research showed that “good guys”—that is, emotionally intelligent men and women—finish first. We’ve recently compiled two years of new research that, we suspect, will elicit the same kind of reaction.

Reinventing management with evidence-based HR People may be the heart of our organizations, but HR practices are often based on outdated ideas of human psychology and organizational design. When it comes to hiring decisions, employee motivation, and helping workers make better choices, behavioral insights and evidence-based practices can drive a new generation of HR strategies. You spend more time working than doing anything else in life. It’s not right that the experience of work, even at some of the best employers, should be so demotivating and dehumanizing.—Laszlo Bock, Work Rules!1 How To Give Feedback People Actually Respond To A tech executive I coached recently was having a hard time getting things done. He had already devised elegant solutions for some of his company’s performance issues, from product differentiation to customer retention. But one thing still stood in his way: He couldn’t seem to reform the behaviors that dominated the business by using constructive feedback. As it turned out, that was because the feedback he was giving wasn’t all that constructive in the first place. And it’s no wonder—giving the kind of feedback that gets the results you want can be a tricky affair.

Using behavioral economics in business communication strategies People will often ignore or even distort the information they collect when it is “bad news.” How does this impact organizational learning and performance—and what, if anything, can or should businesses do about it? “Don’t you love my new shirt?” Maybe one of the toughest etiquette questions one has to face. Between the sleeves (or lack thereof) and the bright, contrasting floral patterns, where does one begin? I can tell the truth, but does he really want to know the answer?

Overcoming Feedback Phobia: Take the First Step Situation 1: Asking for it You’re sitting at your desk when an e-mail pops up from your boss that cryptically states, “Please come to my office; we need to talk.” What’s the first thing you think?

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