The Management Series

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Big Ideas Are Fine but Not Necessary

In the age of disruption and innovation, we often think success has to be driven by a big idea. Read More


Early Signs of Employer-Friendly Labor Dept.

The DOL takes a more relaxed view of who is covered by wage and hour laws. But lack of high-level nominees could lead to erratic enforcement practices. Read More


Poor Security Makes Drones a Serious, Rising Threat

Once a drone is penetrated, hackers can steal information it has gathered, use it for spying, and even turn it into a weapon. Read More


Amazon’s Purchase of Whole Foods Changes the Game

From M&A to retail and beyond, Amazon’s acquisition opens up a wide swath of opportunities for the company. Read More


The Perils and Potential of the Retirement Business

Benefits brokerages may be in a unique position to expand into the rapidly changing retirement planning field. Read More


The Demise of Class Action Waivers?

Federal appeals courts are allowing employees to join in class action suits despite arbitration agreements. Read More


Selling Companies on Financial Wellness Programs

Why should employers offer workers a financial wellness program? Because most workers’ savings are tied up in work-related accounts. Read More


New Cyber-Security Data, Same Old Costly Mistakes

A much-anticipated annual report by Verizon on data breaches may seem like a rerun—but it’s a call to arms to pay attention to cyber-security basics. Read More


Insurers Can’t Bolt New Tech on to Old Business Forever

Insurtech is addressing inefficiencies that insurers can’t solve by slapping on new processes and software. Don’t-miss-advice from Leader’s Edge magazine. Read More


Breaking Up Big Tasks—the Right Way

Research shows combining smaller initial steps with a big-picture focus near the end drives success in bigger projects. Read More

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