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PAYM Networking Mixer - Working Aboard

Hosted by People’s Association Youth Movement Central Youth Council, the Networking Mixer is a platform for youths who have aspirations to work aboard learn more on venturing into a career overseas. 65 more words


Difference between Domains, Workgroups and Homegroups

Domains, workgroups, and homegroups speak to diverse techniques for sorting out PCs in systems. The principle contrast among them is the way the PCs and different assets on the systems are overseen. 310 more words


Organic workgroup collaboration - is it new or just appropriate now?

“Collaborative working” is definitely the current work “leitmotiv”. Articles appear often on the subject of how co-operative workgroups are the “Now” work phenomenon. Agile techniques are reported to be migrating from tech to other industries and functions. 281 more words


What's going on behind the scenes?

We have been working to better define the concrete projects that Jesuit Networking is currently involved in promoting. As there is a lot of behind the scenes work happening with each of these groups, we invite you to take a look at this new flyer (in English & Spanish) and let us know what you think. 32 more words

The Project

Research Coordination Team Meeting in NYC

At the end of June we had the opportunity to have an in-person meeting with the members of the Jesuit Networking research coordination team at the America Magazine headquarters in New York City. 99 more words


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Think Tank

Think Tank Workgroup serves to amplify the voices of youth. In other words, we aim to be the “boombox” for young people who wants to make their views and thoughts known and heard. 492 more words


Launching the Jesuit Networking Research Team

One of the main lines of action of the Jesuit Networking project has to do with establishing a research team to study, systematize and accompany current experiences of Jesuit international networking to better understand what’s already being done and to promote best practices. 157 more words

The Project