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Learning to Fail

This post was written by Evening UST MBA student Larissa Rodriguez, a full-time marketing and communications executive. Last week in my New Venture Strategies class, our professor invited Dan Hanlon (a...
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Make it Happen: Effective Execution in Healthcare Leadership

Daniel B. McLaughlin, director of the Center for Health and Medical Affairs at the Opus College of Business, has published a new book based on the best practices of leading health care delivery systems, examples from the business world and research findings.
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America's hottest holiday toy is from….Minnetonka?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hx6mxDIKnYs Surprisingly, the hottest holiday gift for the age 4 to 8 demographic is not made by Mattel or Hasbro or one of the other big players in the multi-billion dollar toy...
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Is a “contemporary translation” smart?

Unless you know the author personally, and have been scientifically proven to be a better writer than the originator, it’s probably best not to attempt a direct “translation” of a major work or seminal document.
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Small token? Yes. Big impact? Certainly.

A view from the classroom chair... As I said in my previous entry, I plan on writing in this blog to give you a ground-level look at the UST Classroom – I apologize I have neglected you on that duty…it...
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Jargon Genesis: Champing at the Bit

Dr. Michael Porter recently informed us that “chomping at the bit” is, in fact, incorrect when referring to being impatient or anxious. Admittedly, this was news to me! So, armed with my newfound...