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Dan Holly

Formula for Recharging: Conversation, Education, Inspiration

Formula: These are the kind of experiences you have at DMBA’s annual conference. This year, it was held at the Lisle Sheraton in Lisle, IL, and I enjoyed it every bit as much as the first three that I attended.

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Posted in DiversityMBA Awards Gala, Editor's Desk, Latest News

Dan Holly

The Media’s Deep Secret: They’re Human

“despite the lack of trust in the media, people do think it has an important role…”

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Dan Holly

For Older Workers, Experience Counts

Do older workers find it harder to learn new skills? Perhaps. Do employers have to pay them more? Probably. But knowing how to write code is not everything. Knowledge is not the same as wisdom.

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Posted in Diversity & Inclusion, Editor's Desk

Dan Holly

What The Numbers Tell Us

Hispanic-owned businesses are growing at a rate 15 times the national average, according to a recent report jointly conducted by the research firm GEOSCAPE and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce…But as much as businesses big and small are courting the Hispanic consumer, that numbers – 15 times the national average – suggests there is […]

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Dan Holly

For women and people of color, it’s all about changing conventional wisdom

It’s entirely possible that, a year from now, the first woman president will be in office.

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Posted in Editor's Desk, Women

Dan Holly

Beyonce’s Performance At The Super Bowl

“I’m talking about the fallout from Beyonce’s performance at the Super Bowl.”

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Dan Holly

Rev. King’s Admirers

“And what would Rev. King, who saw whites and blacks beaten and killed for the right of blacks to vote, say about efforts to put obstacles in the way of voting?”

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Dan

VETERANS…

  In my town, there are far too many of them. Usually, but not always, they are men. They always look shabby and worn out. They stand at highway entrance and exit ramps giving passing vehicles as much information as will fit on their hand-held cardboard signs: Lost my job. Lost my house. Wife (or […]

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Posted in Disabilities, Editor's Desk, Veterans

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