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Understanding the rise of intrapreneurship

intrapreneurship

Thought Leadership presented by The Learning House, Inc.   By Tricia Hussung The term “intrapreneurship” refers to new ventures spearheaded within a larger organization. As the millennial generation enters the workforce with new ideas and an unfettered drive to succeed, intrapreneurship is on the rise as a way to channel innovation within a corporate framework. What is intrapreneurship? The essential ...

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The history and impact of business jargon

Jargon

Thought Leadership presented by The Learning House, Inc. By Brian Neese  “Transformation,” “disruption” and “millennials” topped a 2015 survey of business jargon terms workers are sick of hearing. Unfortunately, these are just the latest entries in corporate speak, joining “low-hanging fruit,” “touch base,” “bandwidth” and “innovation.” Business jargon, or specialized language used in the industry, has a long history and ...

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Marketing to the ad-block generation

ad block

Thought Leadership presented by The Learning House, Inc. By Tricia Hussung Sixty-three percent of internet users ages 18 to 34 are using ad-blocking software when viewing digital content, and 41 percent overall block ads. Just last year, PageFair published a report on ad-block rates that provided some additional interesting insights on the effects of ad blocking. For example, ad blocking ...

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