DPL Reading List – October 25, 2019
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Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article we didn’t include and you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
Early cloud computing was like borrowing a book from the library – The idea of cloud computing has been around since some of the first computer systems.
These simple hacks can help you fight a midafternoon slump – This time management coach provides a list of activities that can help us stay more alert and energized throughout the day.
Microsoft has a new way to keep your computer’s firmware from being hacked – In partnership with chipmakers, Microsoft is launching an initiative called Secured-core PC. With this system, a processor’s firmware limits how much it trusts its own firmware when the system starts up.
Helping Your Team Feel the Purpose in Their Work – We all need purpose, and it can work wonders for employee contributions. Here are three ways it can be authentically instilled into teams.
The Two Big Reasons That Digital Transformations Fail – The roots of these challenges can exist in transformations in any industry. So when these bumps in the road can be anticipated, organizations can be better prepared to face them.
Leadership Is Not a Benefit to Yourself but an Obligation to Others – Anyone who owns a business or manages a team has the title of leader, but there’s more to it than just a title. Author and executive coach John Mattone has a list of seven actionable principles that can help grow the leader in all of us.
How to Look and Sound Confident During a Presentation – According to research, your audience will quickly decide whether you are trustworthy based on body language and vocal attributes. So here are some tips to make your next presentation the best yet.