The well-known Kellogg’s cereal brand came from the work of not one — but two — brilliant inventors. The Kellogg brothers, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and Will Keith Kellogg worked as partners, then rivals, to create a wellness and food empire that changed the way we eat. Dr. John Harvey Kellogg was a precocious childContinue reading “The Tumultuous Timeline Behind Kellogg’s Cereal”
Ever wondered why shopping malls leave you feeling overwhelmed? It’s The Gruen Effect.
#notdying4wallstreet brought the straw man of social darwinism back into modern discussion.
Out of all my higher education projects, I’ve referenced the studies in this paper most frequently. I suppose the topic of workplace conflict has been the most relevant for me, both as a manager and as a subordinate. “Organizational culture is important to managers and employees because they spend, on average, 2080 hours per yearContinue reading “Solutions for Workplace Conflict”
I encounter creative people through artist interviews, lifestyle columns, and business profiles. As I put together each story, I challenge myself to uncover the genius behind their work and relay their value to my audience.
Let’s quarantine the worst misinformation websites.
That contrast between author’s intention and audience reception continues to fascinate me.
Respondents said their low trust in social media has had little effect on how they “understand current events”.
Everyone is trying to get a chunk of that Baby Boomer business.