More on Education for Enterprise Security

This post sponsored by the Enterprise CIO Forum and HP. In my last post, Education – the key for Enterprise Security, I wrote about the need to educate the organization on the need to think about IT Security. In that post, I included a photo of a door. A door that had no walls around it. That door with […]

Education – the key for Enterprise Security

This post sponsored by the Enterprise CIO Forum and HP. You’ve spent years and millions of dollars on your IT Security systems, processes and people. Your systems are as impenetrable as you, your team and your partners can make them. Your processes are amazing.  They follow all the industry standards and your audits always come back 100% ‘secure’. […]

An Educated Client Is a Better Client

This is a guest post by Elmer Boutin.  I read with great interest Eric’s post of January 31, 2012 entitled Do things when you should … not when you have to. I agree with what he wrote, and it really got me going about something I’ve been mulling over in my head for several weeks: […]

Perceptions of Online Graduate Degrees

Two weeks ago my colleague Kevin Williams and I had the pleasure of presenting a short research survey to the Northeast Texas Consortium Summer Distance Education Conference in Tyler Texas. I mentioned this briefly in my post titled The Future of Education is Online. The research project was undertaken to try to get a feel […]

The future of education is online

Last week, I spent a few days at in Tyler Texas attending the Northeast Texas Consortium Summer Distance Education Conference. I was lucky enough to get to present at the conference (more on that in a future post!) and got to spend some time talking to university and college educators from around the northern part […]

Links for March 27 2011

Culture Trumps Strategy, Every Time by Nilofer Merchant on The Conversation – Harvard Business Review Quote: After working on strategy for 20 years, I can say this: culture will trump strategy, every time. The best strategic idea means nothing in isolation. If the strategy conflicts with how a group of people already believe, behave or […]

Links for Nov 28 2010

The need for connection & engagement in education by Garr Reynolds on Presentation Zen Quote: Few people think that the formal education systems around the world are perfect. In fact, virtually everyone realizes that changes — even massive paradigm shifts — are needed Chasing Returns by Fred Wilson on A VC Quote: I do think […]

Links for Oct 3 2010

5 Things to Know Before Buying Marketing Automation by Carlos Hidalgo on MarketingProfs Daily Fix Blog Quote: If you are thinking of automating your marketing, here are 5 thing to know before buying marketing automation.  If you have already purchased it, don’t worry, it’s not too late. These 5 tips can help you too. The […]

Ambiguities of Experience – Book Review

While on vacation last month, I saw a review in US Airways‘ magazine for The Ambiguities of Experience by James G. March (affiliate link). The review was a short one but peaked my interest as it points out March’s main question presented in the book.  The question is a simple one…but has a very difficult […]

Book Review: The Element

I just finished reading The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything and have to say that I really enjoyed it. While the book spends a little too much time in the realm of ‘celebrity worship’ (i.e., there are LOT of celebrities that have found ‘the element’ apparently), the book is still a very good […]