Category: Strategy

Some workers say they’re still ‘coffee badging,’ or swiping into work to show their faces before quickly returning home

Coffee badging refers to workers who swipe in at the office solely to meet return-to-office requirements but don’t do much work there, instead leaving quickly to finish their work elsewhere. kotijelly / Getty Images Some workers are still “coffee badging” at work in defiance of RTO mandates. Coffee badging means scanning in at work to satisfy attendance requirements and rushing back home. It’s one element…

Biz leaders could learn a thing or 2 from the way Ayo Edibiri directed her very first episode of ‘The...

Ayo Edibiri, one of the stars of the hit show “The Bear.” Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images Ayo Edibiri directed episode six on season three of “The Bear.”  The actor said she tried her best to stay in a good mood and “talk decently to people” on set. Studies show that employees want to feel valued and appreciated at work. Ayo Edebiri stepped into the director’s chair for…

Educating workplaces about AI will lead to better outcomes, say business leaders

Matt Baker, the senior vice president of AI enablement at Dell Technologies and Dr. Mozziyar Etemadi, the medical director of advanced technologies at Northwestern Medicine discussed the future of workplace AI during BI’s event “Human-AI Collaboration: The Key to Workplace Efficiency and Innovation.” Business Insider Events AI tools have become increasingly popular in the workplace, but adoption can feel daunting. Three business leaders told Business…

Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and other tech titans’ most unconventional management practices

L-R: Elon Musk, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, who each have some interesting management practices. AP Images; Bryan Erickson/BI Tech titans like Elon Musk and Tim Cook run some of the world’s biggest companies. In so doing, they’ve employed some outright strange management practices. From banning PowerPoints to having 50 direct reports, here are tech leaders’ most unconventional management habits. They’re some of the best-known CEOs in…

Jeff Bezos’ tips on how to run a company and manage your team

Jeff Bezos was CEO of Amazon for 27 years. David Ryder / Stringer Jeff Bezos spent nearly three decades at the helm of Amazon. His successor, Andy Jassy, has called him the “most unusual business leader of our era.” Here’s some of Bezos’ most famous principles for running a team and business. Andy Jassy has called him “arguably the most unusual business leader of our era.”…

Sam Altman says this communication skill will help you level up in life

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman says speaking with brevity is a skill that can help people get ahead in life. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images OpenAI CEO Sam Altman shared some advice on how to get ahead in life: be a concise communicator. The CEO calls the ability to condense five minutes of speech into 30 seconds a “big unlock.”  Asking a friend to concisely rephrase your…

From the battery boss who naps at noon to the fitness entrepreneur who rises at 3:30 a.m., these are the...

Jack Dorsey likes to meditate every morning. Joe Raedle CEOs are often known for having extreme sleep schedules. One takes this further by rising at 3:30 a.m. Stress management methods can range from strict workouts to long hours of meditation. “It’s what makes me superhuman,” a CEO said of his morning routine.  Running a company is a stressful job, especially if you’re running one of…

20 lottery winners who lost it all — as a $935 million Powerball jackpot is still up for grabs

The offers and details on this page may have updated or changed since the time of publication. See our article on Business Insider for current information. A lottery ticket vending machine offers Mega Millions tickets for sale in Chicago, Illinois. Scott Olson/Getty Images While it may be tempting, buying a lottery ticket is almost certainly not worth it. And even if it does pan out,…