the Best of the Web for Corporate Geeks - December 2011

We would like to finish the year with a roundup of the best articles we published in 2011 and the best articles we found on the web this month. Highly recommended to all corporate geeks. :)


The Best Articles on the Web

  • Why I Hire People Who Fail - Jeffrey Stibel makes an interesting point: "Mistakes are the predecessors to both innovation and success, so it is important to celebrate mistakes as a central component of any culture."
  • The 10 Best TED Talks of 2011 - ReadWriteWeb shares the best TED talks of 2011. What better way to spend some of your time, than to listen and learn from the best?
  • CEO pay jumps 36.5% - CNN published some interesting data about the salaries of CEOs in 2011. Who says we are in an economic crises?
  • Symbolic Violence and Social Media - A great talk and article by Luca Sartoni about "violence", social media and social symbols. Really interesting read.
  • Five Things You Should Stop Doing in 2012 - At the end of each year, most of us make resolutions for the upcoming new year. Here’s a list of proposals to include on your 2012 list and change your life for the better.

The Best Articles on Corporate Geek in 2011

We would like to end this month’s roundup with a summary of the top 3 articles we published on Corporate Geek in 2011:

As you can see, the series with examples of poor project management proved to be quite popular in 2011. Most probably we will resume it in 2012 and publish more articles on poor project management.

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