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The Business Case for Women on Boards

Over the last two weeks, I’ve been raising your awareness (and maybe your blood pressure) by focusing on the lack of women in top corporate jobs...

Not Even “Wonder Woman” Can Break the Glass Ceiling

In Smithsonian Magazine, Foreman (2014) discussed “Wonder Woman” as a proto-feminist ideal.

Why “Mad Men” Isn’t Really Over

AMC’s popular “Mad Men” television series just ended. In case you’ve been in deep space and missed it, “Mad Men” is about the heyday of the advertising business on Madison Avenue in the 60’s.

Technology Enabled Training – A Trending IO Topic

When we think of corporate training programs a vision of a room full of employees sitting patiently waiting for the trainer to start the PowerPoint with an exhaustive lecture and thick handout on new processes and procedures may come to mind. Training is necessary but can individuals achieve cognition and adoption of training concepts adding to their SKA while organizations benefit economically by reducing training costs?

Is That a Paper Umbrella in My Beer?

I came across a survey this week called Women’s Attitudes toward Beer Marketing. It was pretty interesting and aligned with a lot of what I have been thinking about lately; namely, what women think about the branding and marketing of craft beer.

Boil, Boil, Toil, and Trouble

After last week’s blog, I received a note from Julia Rosenthal of Pair O’ Dice Brewing.

Get Your Boots On!

What color are your boots?  Teri Fahrendorf’s are pink.  Teri is the founder of the Pink Boots Society.  The Pink Boo

Women in Craft Brewing

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Developing your Programmatic Research Strategy - Part III

This week I plan on discussing some additional personal experiences on the last four of Arnaudova’s suggestions for developing a programmatic research strategy.

Developing Your Programmatic Research Strategy - Part II

This week I plan on discussing some personal experiences on five of Arnaudova’s programmatic research strategy.


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