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bettina@grindspaces.com Grindist Ale Lariu continues the popular SheSays instructional courses with the latest digital creative course. For nine months, SheSays has been running sold-out, one-of-a-kind courses, with incredibly positive feedback from students. Founded by Grindist, Ale Lariu, SheSays latest offering focuses on breaking the traditional models of creating digital work. […]

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Lean, mean, startup machine

It takes three days, teams of people, piles of Post-it Notes and gallons of coffee to create a start up company. At least, that’s how it felt the weekend of October 14th at Grind, when the Lean Startup Machine took over. The weekend offered a chance for individual entrepreneurs, and […]

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Sneakers in the Workplace? Yes, please!

Cassidy North-Reist We’ve got a thriving sneaker culture at Grind, so we were glad to read about the epic rise of office ‘sneakerdom’ in June 11’s New York Times. Check out what Alex Williams has to say about the workplace phenomenon. The rise of sneakerdom is perhaps most obvious in […]

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When Men and Women Collaborate

By Stephen P. Williams When it comes to collaboration I think women do it particularly well. Research supports me. When two professors at MIT and Carnegie Mellon examined the collective intelligence of groups, they found that aggregate IQ scores mattered far less than the ratio of men to women. As […]

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What a Yawn Says

By Stephen P. Williams At a business lunch, yawning is a sin. During a presentation, yawning comes across as arrogant. And God forbid you paniculate–that’s the act of yawning and stretching simultaneously. But it might be time to reassess the function of the yawn. Recent research suggests that yawning is […]

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Welcome to the Future of Work

By Stephen P. Williams Wow. The indoor idea farm overlooking Park Avenue and 29th Street is finally open for real. I’ve been working off and on in the beta space for a few months, watching the room take shape with some hammers and lots and lots of white paint (plus […]

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