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Eat, sleep, innovate | Leading Blog

What can a company do to encourage people to innovate and bring ideas to the table? In a book collaboration by Scott Anthony, Paul Cobban, Natalie Painchaud, and Andy Parker, they believe that every business can bring a culture that enables the flow of ideas. A team at Innosight began collecting examples of interventions that promoted better innovation habits. They ... Read More »

How to compete in a competitive industry | Entrepreneur

Positioning your business in a competitive industry can be a challenge if you do not have the proper business plan to distinguish yourself from others. There are different strategies that you can experiment with to learn your business niche. One of the possible ways is to target a different demographic to widen your range of customers. You can also provide ... Read More »

‘Ashley’s War’ and the story of the women of special operations is coming to the big screen | Military Times

In 2015, best-selling author Gayle Tzemach Lemmon wrote a book about a young and brave woman named Lt. Ashley White Stumpf who joined the Army Cultural Support Team(CST).  The team was created to improve relationships with Afghan civilians, due to cultural limitations placed on Afghan women that prevented them from speaking with men who were not family members. Five years ... Read More »

An Indian state’s harmonious approach to life | BBC Travel

A different kind of India unfolds in the state of Mizoram. Located in the north-east region of India, Zinara Rathnayake recalls that it feels like a different country to the rest of the nation. Aside from the scenic view, people practice the value of Tlawmngaihna which is passed on from one generation to another. “At the very basic level, it ... Read More »

U.S. Africa Command forces conduct strike on al-Shabaab compound | DVIDS

U.S. Africa Command forces worked with the Federal Government of Somalia to take out an al-Shabaab compound. The airstrike occurred in the vicinity of Buulo Fulaay, Somalia. An initial assessment showed that one terrorist member was killed, and the compound destroyed. The assessment also stated that no civilians were injured during the airstrike. “This strike in Buulo Fulaay combined with ... Read More »

China debuts bullet train that can operate in extremely cold temperatures | CNN Travel

The R400AF-G train can operate at speeds of up to 350 kilometers per hour (217 mph) in temperatures as low as -40 degrees Celsius (-40 degrees Fahrenheit). Officials have yet to announce when the train will begin operations. The route will connect from the Chinese capital to the northeastern destinations including cities Shenyang and Harbin. Source: https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/china-bullet-train-cold-weather-fuxing/index.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+rss%2Fcnn_travel+%28RSS%3A+CNN+-+Travel%29 Read More »