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  • Improvisation

    Principles of improvisation, Part 2

    17 Sep 2018

    The second part of "Principles of improvisation" and how they can help oneself improve both personally and professionally.

  • Courage

    Principles of improvisation

    17 Sep 2018

    Nowadays, improvisation techniques are used not only in theatres but also in schools, personal and business development trainings, psychotherapy, brainstorming sessions, etc. Learn how the improv principles can help you be a better person in everyday life.

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    Innovation in outsourcing — a how-to checklist

    17 Sep 2018

    A new era is waving at us - one where the concept of innovation created outside the enterprise doesn't seem that daunting. Find out how you can speed up innovation realization in collaboration with a strategic partner.

  • Intrapreneurship

    Intrapreneurship or how to develop entrepreneurship skills at a big company

    17 Sep 2018

    Entrepreneurship is hard, requires time, skills and effort that not every person has and would like to dedicate. There are, however, other ways that can still bring you the joy of working on your own idea.

  • Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional and interpersonal intelligence

    17 Sep 2018

    Interpersonal intelligence is the kind of emotional intelligence we have to use in a dynamic people-related work environment. Working on 4 main things related to interpersonal intelligence will lead to better understanding of the outer world and our inner selves.

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    Best practices for using Git

    17 Sep 2018

    Git is considered today's most popular tool for version control. How is Git different compared to SVN and how to use it effectively? We’ll walk you through the pros and cons of both version control systems and share the best practices for using Git.

  • Women in IT

    Career in IT: a female perspective

    04 Sep 2018

    In celebration of Women’s International Day, we’ve decided to ask our female colleagues about their choice of career and the experience of working in what is traditionally considered a male-dominated industry.