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    04/20/2014 at 5:21 PM

    Google just revealed the incredibly simple formula for killer résumés - Quartz

    http://qz.com/201088/google-just-revealed-the-incredibly-simple-formula-for-killer-resumes/#/h/62496,1,62498,1/

    "The key," [Bock] said, "is to frame your strengths as: 'I accomplished X, relative to Y, by doing Z.' Most people would write a résumé like this: 'Wrote editorials for The New York Times.' Better would be to say: 'Had 50 op-eds published compared to average of 6 by most op-ed [writers] as a result of providing deep insight into the following area for three years.' Most people don't put the right content on their résumés."

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    04/20/2014 at 4:51 PM

    How Corporations Can Innovate Like Startups | PandoDaily

    http://pando.com/2014/04/19/how-corporations-can-innovate-like-startups/

    Autonomy, incentive, and focus - I think these would make great metrics for managing Innovation inside a large company. To start: 1) Autonomy: How much can the Innovation group do without approval from outside the Innovation group? How much time do they spend socializing and getting approval vs doing? 2) Incentive: Beyond the standard pay-package, how are you incentivizing innovation (financially and otherwise) 3) Focus - how many hours a week are focused on doing innovation vs. other activities?

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    04/08/2014 at 3:55 AM

    How do you drive a T. rex to D.C.? - The Washington Post

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/how-do-you-drive-a-t-rex-to-dc/2014/04/04/e91f9ea2-bc2d-11e3-9a05-c739f29ccb08_graphic.html

    After decades of trying to acquire its own Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, the National Museum of Natural History will welcome the Wankel T. rex next week, fresh from a 2,100-mile road trip from Bozeman, Mont. The dinosaur, which will become "the Nation's T. rex," is expected to arrive about 5:30 a.m. on April 15. Here's how it will travel and what will happen next.

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