Sentences with word «think»
"THINK" is a slogan first used by Thomas J. Watson in December, 1911, while managing the sales and advertising departments at the National Cash Register Company. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
For every think
piece that characterizes that cohort (those born starting in 1981) as progressive, optimistic and innovative, there is one that describes them as sheltered, entitled and underemployed.
I'm Chairman of such a civil society structure, global think
tank called the Club of Rome, and I'm just coming from Beijing, where they have informed me that the rules for registrations of civil society structures have been streamlined and improved, so much so that this triangle can also be applied here in China.
Since golf got the green light to be an Olympic sport, the Chinese think
it is worth investing in,» Mark Dreyer, founder of China Sports Insider told CNBC in a TV interview.
Richard Haas, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, a nonpartisan think
tank, said this meeting is more serious than in past years largely because of the fallout from Brexit, which is raising concerns about Ireland's economic prospects and the future for Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom.
Many factors are contributing to this: the ubiquity of smartphones and internet access, the increasingly global scope of business and, importantly, greater acceptance of flexible and/or alternative work arrangements (think
: spending only three hours in the office during the day, then catching up from the neighbourhood coffee shop at night).
Nothing is better than asking personally or assessing where you could still improve cause a lot of times we over think
on what yet should be done to improve when in fact our customers have already been ranting or praising our business.
It's not a pretty picture, and regardless what the authors» think
of small businesses, they are crucial to thousands of smaller towns across America, and critical to our overall entrepreneurial vibrancy that has created the greatest economy in history.
«She was more a force of nature than a regulator,» says Jules Polonetsky, of the Future of Privacy Forum, a think
tank in Washington, D.C. «She's used every policy tool, and then some, to advance the Privacy by Design agenda.»