By Octave BakerDespite their reputations as hard working and loyal employees, many foreign-born engineers and scientists face problems moving up the corporate ladder into top managerial and executive positions.
By Octave BakerBaker argues that the challenge for managers is to maximize the advantages and minimize the potential problems associated with cultural diversity. In the process, they have to learn to view managing diversity as an important, business-driven issue.
By Susan AlmazolAs professionals climb the career ladder, they are sometimes shocked to get their emails and documents bounced back to them for major revision. They are not used to having their ideas rejected.
By Susan AlmazolTechnical professionals must always write clearly and concisely. Increasingly, they must also write persuasively. “The technical part was easy. Writing it persuasively was the hard part.”