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Tag Archives: education
What are Your Principles?
One of my proudest moments as chair of the Board of Trustees of Utica College was when the entire community adopted our Statement of Principles. We acknowledged that, as a member of the community, you’ll be exposed to ideas that … Continue reading
Posted in Education Tagged education, principles, Utica College, Values Comments Off on What are Your Principles?
Algorithms: Recipes for Disaster
When we purchase digital advertising, we place our faith in the algorithms–a fancy word for “recipes”–used to determine things like the final price of the inventory, which creative is shown, and the frequency at which those impressions are shown. There’s … Continue reading
Posted in Data, digital marketing, Education, Leadership, Media, Strategy Tagged algorithms, education, magpie, Mark Ritson, trust Comments Off on Algorithms: Recipes for Disaster
Immigrants and Education
“Як школа?”is something asked repeatedly of me by my grandparents growing up. The question–“how’s school?”–wasn’t just about whether I was getting A’s. Although the grade was important, the question really was “are you learning?” I found myself thinking about that … Continue reading
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Go “Out There” For Education
Does your company have an internal education system? You probably go there once a year or quarter for the compliance training, and not much else. It probably has some nice introductory music, cute little branded cartoons, and has scored quizzes at … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Philosophy Tagged adtech, blockchain, digital advertising, education, learning Comments Off on Go “Out There” For Education
Says the great Drayton Bird in his email this morning: “On-line marketing is just accelerated direct marketing.” He’s right. It’s therefore more important than ever that your marketers are properly trained: it’s harder to keep the rubber on the road … Continue reading
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The Point of Education
The point of education is not to learn from a predetermined set of knowledge. Nor is it to learn how to learn or how to fish for yourself. The point of education is to learn how to teach yourself.
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Resolved: Become Awesome in Excel in 2012
My career wouldn’t be what it is without my strength in Excel. I had the good fortune to work for a company that required strong Excel (originally Lotus 1-2-3) skills. You had to become very proficient in spreadsheets and analysis … Continue reading
Seth Godin’s terrific post on willful ignorance today caused an immediate snap reaction thought: “Malicious Compliance.” Malicious Compliance is what you get from that DMV clerk who falls back on a meticulous compliance with state policy, even when it’s not … Continue reading
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