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J. Roddy Walston and The Business perform “Don’t Break the Needle”live in-studio for HearYa. com. The session was recorded in downtown Chicago at Shirk Music + Sound and sponsored by BEER NUTS Brand Snacks. Hear more live sessions at www. HearYa. com Eat sweet and salty nuts at http Record your music at www. ShirkMusic. com Camera-Op Woody Audio Producer/Engineer: Stephen Shirk Video Editor: Stephen Shirk
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Underlying an IT professional’s career is that needling and constant fear that their technical skills will eventually become obsolete. It’s understandable given that most IT skills begin eroding at just two years, explained Dr. Damien Joseph, Assistant Professor at Nanyang Technological University, who authored the paper “Sustainable IT-Specific Human Capital: Coping with the Threat of Professional Obsolescence” along with Christine Koh and Arthur Foo also at the Nanyang Technological University. To protect their careers, IT professionals simply learn and adopt more skills. It’s been the prevailing theory for years. More skills translates to increased employability. But IT professionals can also defer development to other people. Meaning if a company needs a new IT skill, they can let one of their coworkers spend the time to learn that skill. While the options for an IT professional who defers skill learning is now limited, it’s not the death of his or her career. Even when an IT employee defers this knowledge, they can still find jobs at other organizations. Joseph theorizes that these other organizations have less up-to-date technologies. Michael Gallivan, Assistant Professor at Georgia State University, wrote a dissertation on the same topic fifteen years ago. What he believes has changed during that time is that maintaining tech skills is the employee’s responsibility. In the mid 90s and before, employees believed that it was the company’s responsibility to maintain . . .
Part of 2010 Conference on Entrepreneurship. Description: A group of entrepreneurs talk about what they learned in the trenches that they never could have learned in a classroom. The panelists will also share the courses that were most helpful to them in their entrepreneurial ventures, the courses that they wished they had taken, and the topics that business schools should be teaching to aspiring entrepreneurs.
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Part 1 of the CNN special “Education in America: Don’t Fail Me,” featuring FRC Team 842, 1403, and 3675, reported by Soledad O’Brien. CNN description: In “Don’t Fail Me: Education in America”, we learn that at this very moment, America’s future is at stake. “If we don’t generate the next group of innovators, scientists, engineers, and problem solvers,” inventor Dean Kamen warns, “our standard of living, our quality of life, our security, will plummet!” American students rank 17th in science and 25th in math when compared to other industrialized nations. They don’t have the skills to take on the high tech jobs of the future. This is because of how and what we teach American kids. It is also because of a culture that values sports and celebrities above all. The United States needs to change the way students are taught math and science, and children need to be encouraged and inspired to take the toughest classes in those subjects. There is a nationwide competition designed to motivate high school students to take those classes, push themselves, and learn more. Students Maria Castro, Brian Whited and Shaan Patel are actively involved in it. But is it too late for them? Is it too late for us?
Your shoes are charred from stomping out brush fires. You have nightmares about UFOs?Unreachable Financial Objectives. All-star interviewees turn into duds. Meetings cause more problems than they solve. The office is a ghost town at 5:01 p. m. Does this sound familiar? Tom Gegax knows what that is like. Years after running his Tires Plus franchise by the seat of his pants, blissfully unaware of how little he knew about getting the most out of people and managing. . . More >>