Building a creative pipeline A decade ago, as part of Nike’s 2010 World Cup marketing campaign, the Swoosh launched a program called “The Chance,” in which it used social media to find hidden soccer talents around the world. Finalists were invited to a Nike Academy training program with all the pro scouting that you’d expect. Eight of those kids eventually became professional footballers. Two of them—Australian Tom Rogic and South Korean Seon-Min Moon—even played for their respective countries in the 2018 World Cup. … [Read more...] about Kamala Harris made a splash in Converse. Can the company keep the magic going?
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The Mir station, home to Krikalev and Gidzenko in the late 1980s and 1990s, operated for 15 years before being guided to a fiery reentry over the Pacific in 2001. Russia's earlier stations and America's 1970s Skylab had much shorter life spans, as did China's much more recent orbital outposts. … [Read more...] about 20 years of ISS: International Space Station set to mark two decades of people living in orbit
The incident came two days after a man shouting "Allahu Akbar!" (God is Greatest) beheaded a woman and killed two other people in a church in Nice. Two weeks ago, a schoolteacher in a Paris suburb was beheaded by an 18-year-old attacker who was apparently incensed by the teacher showing a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammad during a class. … [Read more...] about Greek priest shot in Lyon; assailant flees: police source
President Xi Jinping said on Saturday that China can no longer rely on its previous economic development model of depending on global exports and must build self-controlled, safe and reliable domestic production and supply system to ensure industrial and national security. … [Read more...] about China can no longer rely on old model of development, time for change: Xi Jinping
That shows that you’re making an effort to be a team player, even though you may not be working in the same office anymore. This is especially crucial as workplaces begin to reopen and some employees head back to the office, creating the possibility that a “two-tiered” system may emerge, in which in-office staff may get special attention from leaders who value face time, while others stay at a (less-favored) remove. You can counteract this situation by ensuring you’re proactively building positive relationships, regardless of distance. … [Read more...] about How to build enough political capital to excel—even when you’re remote