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How Technology Will Change Philanthropy In 2020

by David Shorenstein

Why microsteps are the only way to innovate

by Christopher Williams

Change Catalyst is Proving a Pipeline of Underrepresented Talent in Tech is Strong

by Denise Williams
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Data Science and the Method for Avoiding Burnout

by Ludovic Biyong
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Silicon Valley Is All About the “Dopamine Fast” — but Does It Really Work?

by Danielle Sinay
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A Community, or a ‘Collection of People?’ Tech Can Make the Difference

by Amos Meiri

“Taking Ownership And Championing Change Is A Key Element For Success” Says Associate Director at AT&T

by Jamie Hemmings
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Are Parental Controls Enough? How Tech Startups and Parents are Keeping Kids Safe Online.

by Adryenn Ashley

5 Reasons You Should Provide Employees with Up-to-Date Tech – Lisa Laporte

by Lisa Laporte
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Turns out Using Your Smartphone May Make You Less Intelligent

by Kyle Schnitzer

AI Can Help Working Women Become Better Negotiators

by Debrah Lee Charatan
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Trust Yourself. Just Leap.

by Valerie Gee

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