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Jenna Goudreau
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The key to great management: Discover what is unique about each person, and capitalize on it, says leadership expert Marcus Buckingham. Agree?

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As one of my first acts as the new editor of the Strategy and Careers sections of Business Insider, I went about figuring out and distilling the nine things everyone should do the first week on a job. (Hint: Figure out the coffee situation.)

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Is your city on the list of the places to start a business?

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CEO Irene Rosenfeld blew up Kraft promising to spark growth. Six months and two underwhelming quarters later investors are still waiting. Will Oreo-maker Mondelez International find its mojo?

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The average worker is interrupted 7 times an hour and distracted up to 2.1 hours a day. Psychologist Sharon Melnick offers strategies to limit interruptions, calm yourself down, sleep through the night and stay cool under fire. Are you feeling stressed at work? What works for you?

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Ilene Gordon never did anything simply because she was expected to. In junior high, she lobbied the principal to take shop class vs. home ec. In high school, she was the only girl to take physics, and she attended MIT when the ratio was 10:1 women. Now she's one of just 21 women leading a Fortune 500 company. She talked to us about how she got here and her outlook on 'having it all.'

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Real-life Mad Woman Lori Senecal offers her best advice for future female leaders. Have you put any of these tips to test?

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With cloud, mobile, social and big data advances all happening at once and at lightning speed, how will shifts in technology impact the way businesses are run? According to Ginni Rometty, the first female CEO of IBM, it will change everything. Are you ready?

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By 2020, millennials will be nearly half of the U.S. workforce. But what inspires them? From unlimited vacation time to a culture of community service, here are a few ways to get the most out of them. What do you think works best?

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Michele Buck, chief growth officer and self-professed "provocateur" at Hershey, set an aggressive growth vision of $10 billion in sales by 2017. That's a lot of Kisses. Can she do it?
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