All posts by Bill Cotter

Jason Roberts: Social Media Aren’t a Must for the Classroom

Many teachers and professors have begun to incorporate social media into their classes, but Jason Roberts, professor of History/Government at Quincy College, isn’t one of them. He’s no Luddite, and he respects his colleagues who’ve gone down the social-media route – but for now, at least, he’ll stick with the old-fashioned ways.

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Jason Roberts: "Old-Fashioned Values Are Key"

For folks just heading out into the workforce, there’s no shortage of advice – Blog! Tweet! Network! – and all of it makes sense. But Jason Roberts, professor of History/Government at Quincy College, thinks the old-fashioned values, like showing up on time and working hard, still count for a lot, too.

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Opportunities and Challenges in Nonprofit Fundraising

Social media have created new opportunities for nonprofit fundraisers. But the greatest challenge remains the same as ever: finding ways to build lasting relationships with your donors.

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Ann Chao: Leadership Skills Come With Experience

Ann Chao, CEO and co-founder of Sonation, Inc., a music technology company, talks about how to develop leadership skills, and advises would-be entrepreneurs not to be faint of heart.

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Chris Colbert: Every Connection Matters When You’re Networking

Chris Colbert, director of programming at the Harvard Innovation Lab, advises networkers to be rigorous in pursuing their goals – and to remember that every connection matters.

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Rich Maltzman: The Best Approach to Problem-Solving

Should project managers seek to solve problems through consensus or compromise? Author and project-management expert Rich Maltzman, PMP, suggests a third approach.

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