Research has repeatedly shown the clear link between high levels of income inequality and low levels of social mobility. Source: You’re more likely to achieve the American dream if you live in Denmark | World Economic Forum
Software Outsourcing and the hidden costs The software outsourcing industry has matured to an acceptable level during the last decades – actually to an extent that some Clients jump into the ecosystem blindfolded without sufficient knowledge about the pitfalls – “hidden” costs. In this article, you will be made aware of some of the most..
16. January 2017, Davos, Switzerland. The Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) is an annual benchmarking report that measures the ability of countries to compete for talent. The report ranks 118 countries according to their ability to grow, attract and retain talent.Much more than an international league table of talent, the GTCI report provides a tool-kit..
This research backs up something Matthew Youlden — a Language Ambassador for Babbel who speaks over 20 languages — previously told Business Insider. Youlden recommends doing something active and passive in the language — as in, practicing speaking the words and also watching a foreign TV show. The goal is to be surrounded by the..
Why cultural differences aren’t responsible for bad bosses and employees Missouri business professor, Arthur Jago, has demonstrated that we make way too much of culture as a force behind an employee’s— and by extension, a leader’s— behavior. In his recent paper, published in European Management Journal, Jago revisits data gathered from 14 countries. Are Hofstede’s..
Hygge is an integral part of Danish culture and it is now taking the world by storm. But do you really know what it is, and can you even pronounce it? Source: The Danish concept of ‘hygge’–and why it’s their latest successful export | ScienceNordic