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Jan 31 2017
Why Did We Leave?

By: Lee Meadows Category Leadership

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While contemporary business literature is high on ‘Break All the Rules”, “What Rules?” “Make Up Your Own Rules!” etc.., there is little mention of what happens when previously accepted social rules are broken and the potential chaos it has on social order. Presumably, when rules are being broken, it has more to do with an element that has been infused in between the lines and expands into that space that was once seen as sacred.

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Dec 2 2016
Smart: Yes. Wise: Well?

By: Lee Meadows Category Leadership

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How do smart people become wise and how does wisdom become promotable? Most organizations are designed with the idea of accomplishing something, whether it is to make a profit difference or a social difference. Something has to result from the collective efforts of tasks, rules, cultures, procedures and missions.

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Apr 22 2016
Remembering Professor Rich Pietila

By: Brenda Meller Category Leadership

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The Walsh College community is mourning the recent death of Clinical Associate Professor Rich Pietila, Business Communications. Since May 1991, Professor Pietila was a dedicated adjunct professor and lab instructor at Walsh. He taught business communications courses and helped thousands of students improve their written communication and public speaking skills.

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Oct 12 2015
Aubrey W. Lee

By: Brenda Meller Category Leadership

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We have lost a great leader and advisor. Aubrey W. Lee, a Walsh College trustee for 31 years, passed away last week.

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