You've got email on line one and the Web on line two. The new generation of wireless technology makes your cell more than just a phone. Here are seven smart phones that will get you online without a line.
Using its "claymation" technique, Will Vinton Studios has pioneered award-winning ads and innovative TV comedies. But its greatest art is combining creativity with a dirty-fingernails approach to getting the work done.
Shred old ideas about how your industry works, urge Douglas Atkin and his colleagues at Merkley Newman Harty, a hot ad agency. In a world filled with dogma, the future of business belongs to the heretics.
Resolve, a radical new office environment from Herman Miller Inc., frees knowledge workers from their isolated cubicles. The spaces, designed by Ayse Birsel and her colleagues, are eye-opening. But what makes them important are their design principles.
When the closing bell sounds at the New York Stock Exchange, hard-charging brokers and clerks trade their wing tips for spikes and head for the playing fields of Jersey City. Welcome to Wall Street softball, where only the ball is soft.
If you spend too much of your time "putting out fires," then take some advice from master smoke jumper Wayne Williams. He'll teach you how to think clearly, to act decisively, to work precisely -- and to solve problems before they burn out of control.
Everyone agrees: Education is essential for the future of the new economy. Everyone agrees: The public education system needs reform. No one agrees on how to do it. Here are four models for the future.
Turn out the lights -- this job is over! But before you head off to make a fresh start, you need to make a smart finish. Quitting right can be a great career move. Meet five people who learned how to quit smart.
According to the creative people behind the BrainStore, an "idea factory" in Biel, Switzerland, it's possible to generate new ideas with as much rigor, and as much speed, as it takes to make products on an assembly line.
Attention, class: This is not your father's MBA. "The Learning Journey" teaches what it means to lead in a truly confusing business environment: "We integrate two bottom lines -- profit and mortality."
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The Web changes how people communicate, how they share ideas, how they swap information, even how they relax and recharge their batteries. In short, the Web changes how you work -- if you know how to work the Web.
Mark Dixon, founder and chairman of Regus Business Centres, is asking new questions about an old problem: office space. What role do physical offices play in a virtual world? If people can work anywhere, then where can they do their best work?