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How to Train Your Managers for the New World of Work Without Breaking the Bank

Your managers need to be prepared for this year’s unique challenges. Here’s how small businesses can think about impactful — and cost-effective — manager training.

Farming Prioritizes Cows and Cars—Not People

Farmers and scientists are getting better at growing more crops on less land, but they’re not focusing on plants that people eat.

How to adopt the “bricolage” mindset that supercharged Google

Gmail, which now has 425 million users, was originally a side project of one Google employee, Paul Buchheit.

AI Is Coming for Your Web Browser. Here’s How to Use It

Microsoft Edge and other browsers have baked in powerful tools to help you write emails, generate images, and more.

Research Reveals the Worst Possible Traits an Employee Can Have

Nobody’s perfect. But nobody should ever be exposed to these worst employee traits.

TOMIS Blogs, Podcasts & More! | February Newsletter for Tour Operators

As we look back on 2023, there is a lot to digest. It was a big year for the travel and tourism industry, our clients, and TOMIS as a whole.

Documentary: The Municipal Broadband Wave and Monopoly Response

A new short documentary by Light Reading does a great job of outlining the stakes for local governments, residents stuck on poor connections, and the incumbents as the wave of municipal networks grows. Featuring the network in Loveland, Colorado and context by advocates like the American Association for Public Broadband (AAPB) Executive Director Gigi Sohn and Washington State Representative Drew Hansen, it’s well worth watching.

Communities Have More to Offer Migrants Than They Realize

Headlines obscure the reality that many cities welcome immigrants for the economic and social benefits they bring. The tools of architecture offer ways to assess the resources needed to accommodate and integrate these populations.

Can Funding Counties Directly Help Them Overcome Their Biggest Problems?

Thousands of county officials came to Washington, D.C., to make the case with Congress that funding counties directly is the best way to improve lives across the country’s diverse rural and urban communities.

Report: Companies that let people work where they want rank higher for workplace culture

A new study finds that hybrid and flexible work improves workplace culture and career outcomes for workers.