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Ladies that UX Richmond: #WCW August

August 10, 2016

Ladies that UX (LTUX) wants to empower women in technology, and what better way to do that than share the stories of some badass women in Richmond? We want to shine the spotlight on ladies who are passionate, powerful, and making their mark in the community. LTUX Richmond is excited to announce a new monthly blog series: Woman Crush Wednesday […]

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Think Profitably in 3 Steps

December 2, 2013

Thanks to concepts like the skunkworks team or Project X research group, everyone wants to have a chance to innovate and create without worrying about the cost of resources. Profitability is a banned idea. Unfortunately, limitless time and money just aren’t a reality for most businesses. Your business reality might be a world of tight […]

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The Stories of Your Brand

December 4, 2012

Once upon a time, there was a company that heard amazing, touching stories from its customers each day. These stories included sharing the news of a birth or sending love to a solider half-way across the world. The trouble was, these stories didn’t fit with the brand message. As time went on, executives would share […]

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Thought Leadership as a Core Marketing Platform

October 25, 2012

Recently, I downloaded a white paper called “B2B Marketing Trends and Predictions for 2012” published by Forrester Research. One of the insights included, “Thought leadership becomes the core marketing platform.” In my industry (HCM software and enterprise solutions), thought leadership is old hat. Everyone has it. Tying thought leadership to the core marketing messages for […]

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If You’re Bucking the Standard, Make Sure You’re Great

October 8, 2012

The Gamma Alpha chapter of Phi Mu at The College of William and Mary recently withdrew from the formal recruitment process (previously known as ‘rush’). For those of you wondering what that means, it’s essentially the same as Jeff Bezos saying, “Why do I even need to open a store to sell books?” It’s also […]

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How Gen-Y Can Ignite Their Creative Entrepreneurial Mojo: Part 1

September 20, 2012

Guest post by: Nikos Acuña Millennials have a unique collaborative skillset. They are bright, eager, and are passionate about being successful. They are tech-savvy, creative, conscious about their health and the environment, and they are extremely social, often having many overlapping concentric circles. Some employers would criticize Gen-Y for not having enough focus to excel […]

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You are the Investor in Your Career

September 17, 2012

When the company is having people pack up their desks and the light bills stop being paid, employees sometimes look around and ask, “What happened?” The downfall of a company isn’t really a surprise, there are usually warning signs, but what gets people is usually the massiveness of the fall. Things are fine one day, […]

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SAP Radio: Women in IT

August 29, 2012

A few weeks ago, I was talking with Bonnie D. Graham, the host at SAP Radio, and she told me the topic of women in business came up during a show with an all-male panel. They couldn’t really explore answers to all the questions because the men had to make guesses. In order to really […]

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Shifting Your Productivity Mindset

August 16, 2012

Have you ever lain awake trying to get to sleep, but you can’t turn your work brain off? Or you have a whole Saturday to get things done, but it’s as if your motivation walked out the door along with your attention span? In order to accomplish something, you have to have the correct “brain” […]

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