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Blogs by

Todd Wilms

A prior generation might call them “cocky.”  Millenials have a confidence that not only can they be their own boss, many feel they have to strike out on their own. But what is driving this

Co-written with Brent Leary Did the headphones with Apple’s acquisition of Beats Electronics and Beats Music distract you?  While there are obvious benefits in helping Apple expand its “coolness” factor or by acquiring the superior

Becoming a more connected society doesn’t just mean “more communications,” but means that we all support and gain from each other.  Organizations like the Pew Research Center and Boston Consulting have great data to support

Eventually, we all find ourselves facing our HR rep – a table between us – while they press pen to paper to ask us their questions for the company exit interview.  The circumstances may vary,

Your current CMO has probably come from a traditional marketing background, with a resume that includes leadership in brand, advertising, creative, and operations.  They may be firmly aligned to a lead gen camp or more

Originally posted on Forbes.com Mel Brooks has been taking audiences along for his ride for decades.  The director of memorable comedies like Blazing Saddles, The Producers, and Young Frankenstein was also the executive producer of

Originally posted on Forbes.com Mel Brooks has been taking audiences along for his ride for decades.  The director of memorable comedies like Blazing Saddles, The Producers, and Young Frankenstein was also the executive producer of

On Earth Day, 1971, Keep America Beautiful ran the now-famous PSA – “The Crying Indian“- for the first time.  It had a stunning effect on the populace, and shined a much-needed light on the behaviors

Several top brands converged today for an engaging Social Media Week panel.  Hosted by NetApp and run by Tina Ashamalla (@tashamalla), the panel consisted of: Chris Barger (@cbarger) SVP of Global Programs – Voce Communications

Put yourself back in 1993.  Could you have predicted the success of the web, tablets and smartphones, privatized space travel, the rise of terrorism, or the myriad of small changes that impact how you live