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Feb 8 2017
New Books on Cybersecurity

By: Dianne White Category Library

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View the newest CyberSecurity titles now available in the Walsh College Library

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Feb 6 2017
Mentorship Programs

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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Mentoring can take many forms both formally or informally. I’ve been fortunate to have good people in my life starting in high school. They have paved the way for me to get to where I am today. In order to have success in your career, a lot of it is due to hard work. However, you also have to have good people in your corner to pull you up. It doesn’t just automatically happen. That is where mentoring can really help, more so than just the occasional networking events.

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Feb 1 2017
Why choose the accounting profession?

By: Maria Gistinger Category Accounting

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We often ask young children what they would like to be when they grow up with often humorous results. Once young children get past wanting to be ballerinas and super heroes, they move on to the pursuit of more logical professions. But what will that profession be? There are many to choose from, and the pressure to make a choice is, at times, intense.

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Jan 31 2017
The Potential Economic Impact of the Executive Order

By: Brenda Meller Category Finance and Economics

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We asked Walsh associate professor of economics, David Dieterle, Ph.D., to comment on the potential economic impact of the Executive Order on immigration. Here are his thoughts.

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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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