In today’s business life, talking about motivation is as basic as talking about management. All managers of all levels know quite well the immensity of having a workforce motivated and ready to do the job. It is most likely that you will find motivated and competent caliber mentioned as an important milestone in the statement of direction, mission statement or any statement of goals in modern corporations.
What does the structure of the modern American family mean for us, and how much is it costing us? This week on 'The Business of Life,' author Ty Tashiro, New York Magazine’s Maureen O’Connor, and Mona Chalabi of FiveThirtyEight unpack the issue.
|Noun||1.||business life - a career in industrial or commercial or professional activities|
calling, career, vocation - the particular occupation for which you are trained
In this episode of 'The Business of Life,' we discuss the value of creativity: How should we compensate artists? And what value do cultural products create in a society?
In the next episode of ‘The Business of Life,' we discuss the cost of war: Can the US economy sustain its many wars being waged abroad? And what is the cost of the never-ending war on terror?