'Bodega Mania' Fails to Make the Case For Technology

'Bodega Mania' Fails to Make the Case For Technology

"The 'killing the mom-and-pop shop' message is not only offensive, it's not really designed for either a customer or end-consumer audience. You can say that to investors; but don't ever tell a real human that you're going to kill a familiar social convention."

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What to Do About an Employee's Controversial, Extreme Political Views

What to Do About an Employee's Controversial, Extreme Political Views

"Following the Charlottesville protests, CEOs of major companies spoke out against what happened as well as President Trump's reaction to the protests. When employees witnessed their leaders doing this, they saw the values of their employers come to life."

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How a Case of Laryngitis Helped Me Find My Voice and Grow as a Leader by Deb Gabor

How a Case of Laryngitis Helped Me Find My Voice and Grow as a Leader by Deb Gabor

"At a leadership conference featuring 10-hour days of training and intense strategy sessions for 1500 member leaders and staffers of a global organization of chief executives of private companies, I lost my voice...and at the same time found it."

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Startup 'Bodega' Has Angered Fans of Actual Bodegas. Can It Recover?

Startup 'Bodega' Has Angered Fans of Actual Bodegas. Can It Recover?

"The wrongheadedness is obvious in the brand messaging, Gabor stated, adding that instead of pushing the value proposition the startup will offer consumers, its founders essentially put out a narrative that they are going to kill off corner stores." 

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