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Adaptability is the #1 Success Factor Today

Adaptability is the #1 Success Factor Today

Adaptability is far more important in talent evaluation than it was when I was promoted to be Pitney Bowes Chairman and CEO in 1996, because the Board prioritized adaptability to both known and unknown challenges over more traditional “qualifications".

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Who Should Benefit or Profit from the Use and Sale of Your Data?

Who Should Benefit or Profit from the Use and Sale of Your Data?

There have been a number of recent stories about ownership of personally identifiable data, as a result of a court case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on November 29, 2017, Carpenter vs. United States.

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What Matters Most for Success

What Matters Most for Success

Although we may have equal “opportunity” to succeed in life, some of us have advantages that arise from the family and community circumstances in which we grow up.

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Reflections about Pitney Bowes

Reflections about Pitney Bowes

At this time of year, I reflect most about Pitney Bowes, since I regularly attend the Oval Club event, which is held on a Friday night in November at close to the anniversary date of the company’s beginning of operations.

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What is Success?

What is Success?

Most of us want to be recognized by people we respect for the contributions we have made to better the lives of others. However, let us always remember that our most lasting and important impact and success arises from the totality of our lives and the v

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