SAP's $3 million multi-year commitment to GENYOUth will advance student innovations to improve health and wellness in schools
NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2014 /3BL Media/ -- GENYOUth Foundation-- a nonprofit dedicated to improving nutrition and physical activity in US schools, today announced that it has received a multi-year, $3 million-dollar commitment from SAP, a leading technology and innovation company.
A film by Adventure Capitalist Bryan Latchford, and his fellow UCSB Bren School master’s students, explores how to make science education engaging and exciting for kids
January 31, 2014 /3BL Media/ - A documentary film created by Adventure Capitalists team member, Bryan Latchford, and two of his fellow UCSB Bren School master’s students, has been accepted into the 2014 Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which runs from Jan. 30 through Feb. 9.
Many people with autism have unusual talents, from pattern memory, to extreme focus and accuracy. These skills could be used by companies to solve real business needs. Unfortunately, most companies don’t give people with autism a chance nor do they perceive their value in business terms because they think or behave differently. Yet, by bringing out the best in people who think differently, you can position your company for greater advantage and that’s because innovation, which is a critical skill for businesses today, is driven by diversity of thought.
How to Achieve Employee Engagement 2.0 (Greenbiz blog)
The following blog by Grant Ricketts was published on GreenBiz.com
Taking employee engagement to the next level and embedding sustainability into the business has been a common theme discussed in recent webinars, panels and industry conferences. However, while people recognize the challenge, the question of how to implement it remains.