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Leading and leaving an inclusion legacy in 6 steps

Everyone’s success in your organization is predicated on how you include employees in the mission of the organization, and how you instill the mindset that their work makes a difference. This is important, as you hire new people in your organization that may be different...

source: By Simma Lieberman
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Exhibiting at the 2020 HD Expo + Conference? Submit your designs to the show’s official product design competition to be recognized on the show floor and have your product reviewed in-person by a panel of distinguished jurors. Winners will be published in Hospitality...

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The 2020 season of the Designers & Architects Talk Series, presented by IIDA and AIA Chicago, is underway with an exciting lineup. On March 10, join us at IIDA Headquarters for Repositioned and Reimagined, a panel discussions covering...

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There was a time when companies, big and small, shied away from politics. The prevailing wisdom was that endorsing a cause was bad business. Better to stay away from advocacy, focus on sales, steer clear of sentiments, and avoid offending one side or the other. When businesses...

source: Harvard Business Review

To walk into Andrew Zuckerman and Niki Bergen's Chelsea home is to be wowed by floral wallpaper. This however is no ordinary set of flowering wall coverings, and is instead the fruits of Zuckerman and Bergen's own labors—and...

source: Architectural Digest

In his 1974 manual-as-manifesto How to Build Your Own Living Structures, Ken Isaacs outlines his radical design philosophy by questioning the state of postwar American home ownership. Isaacs’s attempts to cultivate a new way of living are the focus of Susan Snodgrass’...

source: Metropolis Magazine

The phrase “Made in Italy” conjures up images of sexy cars and impossibly sleek chairs and lamps—a sophisticated industrial aesthetic that began to be forged in the 1950s. But in the late 1960s and 1970s things got weird: A sofa that looks like oversized...

source: Curbed

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