Innovation

Interfacing With Typepad

Those of you who were at the March F & I conference may recall that I announced I was going to set up an internal blog for staff. That idea morphed into a password protected knowledge blog that I terminated this morning. The problem: I attempted to pay for the blog using my corporate P-card. Typepad kept sending me e-mails ...

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K-Blog Comes to a Halt

Back at the Innovations conference in March, I said I’d start a Learning and Development blog for staff. It later morphed into a knowledge management blog designed to revise a sales module we offer at our staff orientation. I recruited about eight subject matter experts and told several others I’d invite you in to watch the process. Well, the process ...

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Now this is the way to conference

I’m attending the first scientific conference of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) entitled "Stem Cell Research: Charting New Directions for California"…in my bathrobe, slippers and  bed-head. That’s because it’s a webcast on www.baybio.org. It’s also free. The conference is sold-out for the scientists, but BayBio–an organization with which I work–is hosting a webcast. I found out last minute. ...

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Russ Porfilio Coming to A City Near You

On September 11, Russ Porfilio began an 80-day trek across country on his mountain bike. Why?  To honor the memory of his mother who succumbed to pancreatic cancer this past July.  He’s blogging about his trip (via his blog, Was It All A Dream) and fundraising on Team ACS. He’ll be making his way through New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, ...

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