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Book Review: ‘Tough Man, Tender Chicken’ by Mitzi Perdue

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Mitzi Perdue is the widow of well-known Frank Perdue, the daughter of the co-founder of the Sheraton Hotel chain, and now the author of Tough Man, Tender Chicken: Business & Life Lessons from Frank Perdue. While she holds many successes in her own right such as working as a syndicated columnist for 20 years, here she writes about Frank Perdue’s ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘How David Beats Goliath: Access To Capital for Contingent-Fee Law Firms’ by Michael J. Swanson

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Swanson believes in the work of trial attorneys so much that he penned an entire book to help them steer clear of financial troubles. Read More »

Ten Ways Your Business Can Build Brand Equity Online

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In the age of the Internet, brand visibility is more vital than ever. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Problem-Solving With Design Thinking’ by Jeanne Liedtka, Andrew King, and Kevin Bennett


Design thinking can help managers to envision and build better solutions. Read More »

SXSW V2V: New Space – Yes, You Can Go to the Moon


We are on the edge of the golden age of spaceflight. If you want to be a part of it, you can. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Data Smart’ By John W. Foreman

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After reading 'Data Smart,' readers will not view spreadsheets with the same fear and hesitation. Read More »

UNICOR: Prison Sweatshop or Under-Exploited Tool for Rehabilitation?


Quality vocational training, in-prison work experience, and job opportunities upon release could be so transformative if only there were the vision and leadership to realize the potential. Read More »

Reverse Culture Shock: Customer Service in the U.S. is Ridiculous


If you want my business, try the novel idea of actually conducting one. Read More »

Mayo Clinic Leads the Way in Health Care Advice via Social Media


How? By excelling in multiple online projects, such as diverse content generation, increased brand recognition, breaking into new verticals, and gaining extremely credible voices. Read More »

The Silicon Valley Can Be Replicated In Two Easy Steps

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Many self proclaimed experts on innovation claim that the Silicon Valley cannot be replicated. They present many reason why this seems to them to be true. Yet replicating the Silicon Valley as a location for fundamental technological paradigm breaks is possible, if not easy One often cited idea why it is impossible to replicate Silicon Valley is that of the Matthew ... Read More »