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“Soccer Thinking for Management Success” by Peter Loge

“Soccer Thinking for Management Success” by Peter Loge

Fresh on the heels of the 2018 World Cup, Peter Loge, who teaches for TheCapitol.Net, is having a book launch party for his new book, “Soccer Thinking for Management Success: Lessons for Organizations from the World’s Game” What: Book Launch Party for “Soccer Thinking for Management Success“! When: Wednesday, August 8, 2018, 6 – 8:30 […]

The Power of the Zip, by Jill Kamp Melton

The Power of the Zip, by Jill Kamp Melton

Jill Kamp Melton teaches for TheCapitol.Net, and she has a new book out: The Power of the Zip is a manual to help anyone figure out how to speak and how to listen more effectively. With assessments and step by step guidelines to help people recognize what they are doing and reframe bad habits into […]

Peggy Garvin Named Recipient of 2011 Dow Jones Leadership Award

Peggy Garvin Named Recipient of 2011 Dow Jones Leadership Award

Peggy Garvin, long considered a role model for her fellow information professionals, was honored by thousands of them during the opening ceremony of the Special Libraries Association’s Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO on 12 June. Garvin was presented with the Dow Jones Leadership Award, which honors an SLA member who has led others by exemplifying professional […]

Faculty in the News

Faculty in the News

Roy Meyers quoted: The end result is that the United States of America, the richest country in the world, handles its finances like a banana republic that doesn’t know how much money it has in the bank, said Roy Meyers, a political science professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. “Special report: On borrowed […]

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