I interviewed Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant last week in Georgetown to prepare for their xPotomac session on millennials in the workplace. The resulting answers were both insightful and funny!

xPotomac returns with an exciting line-up, including Mark Schaeffer, Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant, Jodi Gersch, Jennifer Nysz-Conner, Shana Glickfield, Andy Gilman and Kathy Baird. Check it out!

When people ask me if they should consider a post-graduate degree, I almost always say yes. The results from the past 14 years have convinced me.

The product/service is absolutely necessary for buyers, but the leader is celeberated for the wrong reason. Successful start-ups are made of great people.

Since this weekend marks the unofficial beginning of summer, and I already know how my summer will end, let’s talk science fiction. I registered for the 71st World Science Fiction Convention this coming Labor Day weekend. It will be a nerd dream come true on a few levels. First, the prestigious Hugo Awards are given out at the event. I […]

Image by kingdom of dreams Normally, it’s hard not to read articles on workplace culture. The Yahoo! mandate to end telework and return to the workplace has sparked a tidal wave of such commentary. All of these articles invariably discuss the right culture, which of course begs the question, “What IS the right culture?” To me, that’s an extremely open […]

Breaking down silos remains a huge issue for communicators. Either in the context of the current social business buzz or modern integrated marketing, breaking down barriers within a culture to create comprehensive stakeholder experiences only makes sense. The question then becomes how to break down those silos? Marketing in the Round (co-authored with Gini Dietrich) discusses the topic in depth, […]

Pundit: A person who gives opinions in an authoritative manner usually through the mass media Wonk: A person preoccupied with arcane details or procedures in a specialized field We as a culture have moved from doers to talkers, and even our education system seems to acknowledge this. A recent American University ad campaign in the Washington region encourages local prospective […]