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Why think positive? Isn’t it safer to stay skeptical, or cynical?

Research shows it's beneficial to adopt a positive mindset, both for your personal wellbeing and your organization’s performance. Even if you risk the occasional disappointment. Seligman found that optimism is a useful thinking habit. #PositiveChange

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What is the role of a company in the universe? It is to serve the common good, says Christian Felber. His scorecard checks whether products are meaningful, sold ethically, produced in a sustainable way, etc. How are you contributing to the common good? And your organization?
http://www.leadershipandchangemagazine.com/christian-felber-and-the-economy-for-the-common-good/

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If you manage ideas consciously, organizations can improve up to 17% per year, according to Robinson and Schroeder in “The Idea-Driven Organization”. 80 percent of the potential for performance improvement comes from front-line ideas. That means you need a bottom-up culture. How’s that for your organization?
http://www.leadershipandchangemagazine.com/improving-and-innovating-with-ideas-from-the-bottom

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Means a subsidiary unit of the foreign business entity, established in accordance with the law of Vietnam in order to enter into contracts in Vietnam and conduct activities being the purchase and sale of goods and other commercial activities consistent with its license for establishment in accordance with the law of Vietnam and any international treaty to which the Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a member.

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As companies undergo digital transformations driven by rapid adoption of innovations in enterprise mobility, data analytics, cloud computing, and social media, businesses are being reshaped across every industry

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The power of digital to drive change
- Changing change management – The power of digital

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Respecting diversity is essential in cross-cultural organizations, says Brian Fulghum. He shares his experience working in Pakistan where he endorsed grace as a core value in the company culture while revenge was the norm. How do you lead with respect for national culture? http://www.leadershipandchangemagazine.com/amazing-grace/

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As #Vietnam further integrates into the world #business, more #investors are eyeing Vietnam for investment. As part of investment due diligence, #riskmanagement are always well considered before foreign investors decide to do business with Vietnam partners.

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60% of a prospect’s buying decision happens before they even talk to a salesperson
- The game is changing – The trends that is changing sales

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#Vietnam is taking every opportunity to grow its #economy and improve the living standard. This is not a vain dream since Vietnam has young and plentiful work force. That is why multinational companies wish to come and set up #company in Vietnam.
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