Old(er) Blokes Can Get It Done, Too

It’s taken a little longer than I thought, but I’ve returned to the Blog and today is the start of a new series, answering questions and responding to the needs of my readers. 707 more words

Leadership

Michael Pratt on Best Practices for Hiring Colleagues

RateMyProfessor.com is an invaluable tool used by many college students when registering for classes. In just a few clicks, one can receive information on the helpfulness, clarity, easiness and even “hotness” of a professor. 360 more words

Employees

Lee Kuan Yew was sui generis

March 29, 2015

Lee Kuan Yew was sui generis

by Terence Netto@www.malaysiakini.com

Asia’s generation of independence-gaining leaders knew little or nothing of how to get the economies of their countries going. 951 more words

Politics

Elizabeth Forward student creates canoe in high school's digital fabrication lab

March 28, 2015 12:00 AM

Doug Oster/Post-Gazette


Elizabeth Forward senior Tyler Wachs built a canoe in the school’s new FABLab, which allowed him to design the canoe on a computer that then cut the pieces for him. 95 more words

Educational Technology

Preview SAGE’s Newest Business Offering: SAGE Business Researcher

This month SAGE launched a new online library product for business students and practitioners: SAGE Business Researcher. More thorough than a newspaper article and more timely than a scholarly journal,  458 more words

Scholarship

How to be more successful. Stop trying so hard.

When I was a shiny faced graduate trainee learning the craft of management skills in the Distribution division (what they now call Logistics, I believe) of a large brewery, they decided that I needed to get my HGV Class 1 driving licence.   625 more words

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