Monthly Archives: August 2012

Reading update…

I’ve been encouraged by several people to do an update on my summer reading list.  Here it is! Conundrum by David Owen.  This was a bit tedious for me to read.  BUT a truly interesting approach to the topic of … Continue reading

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Video – Growing Green

I’m on vacation much of this week.  While I’m away, I hope you will enjoy this presentation by Stephen Ritz, a teacher “growing green” in the South Bronx.

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Self-Governance is Essential

Today’s blog post was written by Ralf Holloman, our Director of Corporate Compliance.  He’d like to share some ideas about self-governance with you.  ~Kathy In this time of hyperconnectivity and expected transparency, organizations in every sector are challenged to communicate … Continue reading

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Show me!

A friend of mine recently reminded me of the famous 1899 quotation by Rep. Willard Duncan Vandiver that gave Missouri its state slogan: “Frothy eloquence neither convinces nor satisfies me. I am from Missouri. You have got to show me.”  … Continue reading

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