"Labor agreements, archaic management practices and outdated human resource class and comp requirements set the stage for this wave of new, somewhat reluctant, graduate students. Beyond their own job performance, they have to demonstrate more. Even for long term-seasoned professionals, no new credential means no promotion and no pay raise. They’ve hit the career and... Continue Reading →
From Cicero to George Norlin–It Still Rings True
“Nescire autem quid antequam natus sis acciderit, id est semper esse puerum. (To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain always a child." ― Marcus Tullius Cicero And for all of you that are familiar with the entrance to the Norlin Library at the University of Colorado Boulder--... Continue Reading →
On This Day A Decade Ago–by Edward M. Bury, aka THE PRDude
PRDUDE'S BLOG The reason I stay on Facebook is to stay connected to individuals I value. It is not just about family pics, off the wall videos or the occasional political commentary. I (we) see insights into our friends and acquaintances that would sometimes go unnoticed without this media. In any event, I have been... Continue Reading →
Can’t Argue With That–John Dickerson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex7S3ejGJk8 I've always liked John Dickerson. He is, as others have said, a voice of reason. He certainly proved it when he was selected to fill the un-fillable shoes of Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation. His segment, Reporters Notebook, is like having a real conversation except you're not in the room. His... Continue Reading →
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