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In what feels like a lifetime ago, I was in my first year at Harvard Business School. I learned a tremendous amount that year – including one lesson that was more consequential than I thought possible.  READ
Most new jobs come with a significant learning curve. There are new colleagues to meet, new systems to learn, new protocols to lead. But sometimes, the biggest learning curves are more personal – figuring out which life experiences can shed light on the challenges ahead. READ
In many communities, colleges and universities walk a fine line between “town and gown.” While cities are proud to be home to educational institutions, the difference in demographics between those on and off campus are often considerable. Conflicts can arise based on differences in socioeconomic status, educational opportunity, race and ethnicity, political viewpoints and immigration … READ
It has been over 30 years ago since I finished college and that education has helped me climb the proverbial career ladder all the way to CEO. But last fall I decided it was time to go back to school. READ
The earliest expression of the concept “think global, act local” has been attributed to Scots town planner and social activist Patrick Geddes, who first advocated environmental responsibility in the early 1900’s as an essential consideration in economic development. Geddes was prescient in that he believed in working with the environment versus working against it. READ
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