By Tony Buono
When asked in Bentley’s Preparedness Survey what they most want in new millennial hires, business decision makers identified “integrity” as the top quality.
But can integrity be taught?
When a panel of Bloomberg executives gathered at Bentley University’s PreparedU launch event, held at the media giant’s New York headquarters this past January, they emphasized one thing over and over: a college education should do more than just prepare students for jobs.
Today's social juggernauts are reshaping how people interact with one another. So what are the implications for tomorrow? Let's take a glance back to better understand.
It may be difficult to recall now, but the social media revolution, like most great ideas, sprang from humble beginnings. Long before it was the creator of vast fortunes and media empires, it began as a simple idea: Technology and the internet could be used to bring people together. Over time, this idea has manifested in myriad...
2014 is a big milestone in American demographic history: The last of the Boomers will turn 50. I’m proud to join Michelle Obama, Rob Lowe, Laura Linney, Sandra Bullock and Johnny Depp as we hit AARP eligibility. I’m not putting myself in the celebrity category, although most of us 1964’ers do share a youthful appearance and attitude. (Speaking of AARP, when the application came a few weeks ago, I laughed and tossed it into the recycling bin. I get the part about the discounts, but it feels like it’s...
If you missed our two Government Affairs Forums in March with Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo and Congressman Joe Kennedy, you can now listen to the programs courtesy of our media partner WBUR 90.9F.
How much does natural stone cost? This is typically the very first question that homeowners have for us. And we understand. Naturally, you need to know ballpark figures before you get too far in your planning process. Depending on your budget, this is a pretty big deal. So, what, exactly, can you expect to pay for your granite countertop or marble shower?
The Internet is usually the first place that people go...
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Snow on the ground yesterday, 19 degrees this morning and the high was near 40. At least the wind is not blowing. The calendar says spring is here but it is hard to tell the last couple of days. We had some warm weather but I was busy first with the Maine Professional Guides Association annual banquet. A huge success thank you! Then I attended the Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies conference in Portland where I gave a presentation.
Massachusetts Families Organizing for Change (MFOFC)
in partnership with
Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress (MDSC) and Riverside Community Care“A Full Life Ahead”
~ a series of monthly workshops for parents and guardians of young adults with a disability.
The series focuses on transition, employment, housing, friendships and other topics that will lead to interdependent, full lives in the community for young adults with disabilities.
Join us … Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Social media is quickly becoming a part of every company’s marketing plan, so it only makes sense to properly budget for the social aspect of your business. Not only is a social media presence great for your brand, it’s the perfect way to stay connected to the customers that fuel […]
Thursday, April 17
At Schneider Associates, we monitor the latest news and trends in the digital realm and present these insights in SA’s Weekly Digital Download.
Being present on social media does not guarantee you an audience. Using tools for paid promotion helps companies stand out on high-traffic social platforms.
Social media used to be all about owned and earned media. In the next phase of development, social media sites are finding success with paid advertising: