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Gartner Identifies the Top Cybersecurity Trends for 2024

February 24, 2024

Generative AI (GenAI), unsecure employee behavior, third-party risks, continuous threat exposure, boardroom communication gaps and identity-first approaches to security are the driving forces behind the top cybersecurity trends for 2024, according to Gartner, Inc. “GenAI is occupying significant headspace of security leaders as another challenge to manage, but also offers an opportunity to…

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Gartner Predicts CFOs will be Challenged with EBITDA Margins That will Shrink by More than 30% by 2027

February 14, 2024

By 2027, weak demand and rising costs will shrink earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) margins by more than 30% relative to 2022, according to Gartner, Inc. Most corporations will find it tougher to attain growth through 2026 as elevated levels of consumer debt and weaker-than-expected corporate cash…

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Southern Oregon University President Rick Bailey celebrates 2 years at the helm

January 16, 2024

By Jim Teece JimTeece.com  I got a “Happy New Years” card from the President of Southern Oregon University, Rick Bailey, this year and proudly held it above my head and danced around the room showing it to Dena and the dogs. With the dance moves I was making you would…

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Apple Vision Pro(AVP) is coming on February 2nd, are you getting one?

January 16, 2024

By Jim Teece JimTeece.com Apple announced the Apple Vision Pro in June. A company that has pivoted over the last 20 years several times with the iPod, iPhone, iPad is now causing a stir with its first Spatial Computing Device.  The price is $3,500 and that is the first thing…

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Become an Altruistic Mischief-Maker

January 16, 2024

by Jason Schneider – www.civicpossible.com   Original post – https://magazine.thestriveproject.com/issue/jan-mar-2023/become-an-altruistic-mischief-maker/ While being heavily reprimanded by my department head, my internal voice reminded me that I did good work, even if getting in trouble was the result. An organization’s immune system will fight like hell to protect the way it operates, even…

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Wildlife Images is temporarily closing its doors to reorganize

December 14, 2023

Press Release 12/11/23:  Meet Our New Operations Director! Wildlife Images is temporarily closing its doors to reorganize and improve internal systems and embrace new ideas we share with our partners at the Australia Zoo.  To do this, we hired an amazing new Operations Director, Amy Webb.  With years of experience…

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Interview: What We Can Learn From Loneliness Research

December 14, 2023

Medical anthropologist Michelle Parsons says recent findings show there’s much more to loneliness than just being alone. BY DAN FALK11.24.2023 MICHELLE PARSONS TRACES her interest in loneliness back to the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. Parsons, who teaches at Northern Arizona University and describes herself a sociocultural medical anthropologist, was interested…

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Dutch Bros Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2023 Financial Results and Announces Two New Directors

November 19, 2023

GRANTS PASS, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Dutch Bros Inc. (NYSE: BROS; “Dutch Bros” or the “Company”), one of the fastest-growing brands in the food service and restaurant industry in the United States by location count, today reported financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2023. Joth Ricci, Chief Executive Officer of…

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Interview with Janet Troy, Executive Director, Ashland Community Health Foundation

October 11, 2023

Interview With Janet Troy, Executive Director, Ashland Community Health Foundation, Conducted By Vicki Purslow, Capiche Research Analyst And Co-Founder Of Majoring In. Founded in 1977, the Foundation was established to provide a way for community members to support the work of Ashland Community Hospital. Over the past 46 years, the generosity…

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The Hivve: Raising the Tide in Grants Pass’ Post-Pandemic Work Landscape

September 12, 2023

“Raise the Tide”—it’s not just our motto at The Hivve; it’s a philosophy that encapsulates our mission to uplift the community, both professionally and creatively. As Grants Pass emerges from the rigors of the pandemic, we’ve seen a dramatic shift in how people approach work and social interactions. The Hivve…

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“Atomic Habits” by James Clear – A book review

September 12, 2023

James Clear’s “Atomic Habits” is a must-read for anyone looking to improve their habits and achieve their goals. The book provides a practical and actionable guide to building good habits and breaking bad ones. Clear presents a simple yet effective framework for creating lasting change in your life. The book…

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Community Building in Coworking

September 12, 2023

Driving through the downtown areas of cities such as Denver, Seattle, Portland, and Los Angeles, it seems like coworking spaces are popping up everywhere you look. There’s a wide range of coworking spaces in major cities, some of them occupying newly renovated industrial buildings while other coworking spaces are located…

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