When you’re the managing partner of a blue chip law firm it’s kind of like being a CEO, but in some ways it’s far more complex. Just ask Melissa Jones, managing partner at Stoel Rives, a firm known for its expertise in renewable energy and natural resources.
There is nothing more rewarding than creating and implementing a plan to fix a broken process — before being asked to do so. It changes everything because the leader is using her creative fuel instead of being told what to do. Instead of being asked to fix a broken process, the leader self-evaluates her operation and addresses broken processes of her own volition.
I have a weird problem. We have some jobs that can be done
remotely, and some must be done on-site. Several employees who
can work remotely moved during the pandemic, so they couldn’t
come in without moving back. But the problem is that both the WFH
(work from home) and the WIO (work in office) think they deserve
salary increases because of their working conditions.
Comstock’s president and publisher considers the risks involved in becoming a successful small-business entrepreneur — such as starting a magazine with just $2.50 in your pocket.
Assuming the role of Interim Dean of the College of Continuing Education (CCE) at Sacramento State University, Dr. Pamela Wimbush is dedicated to nurturing an atmosphere of innovation, collaboration and advancement.
The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) plays a leadership role in delivering quality education to the students in Sacramento County. SCOE directly educates more than 30,000 youth and adults, including thousands of district educators through training sessions and workshops each year.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges (FoundationCCC), the nonprofit partner to the California Community Colleges, serves the nation’s largest and most diverse system of higher education as an innovation hub and intermediary for transformative change at scale.
Aspire Public Schools is celebrating 25 years of offering high-quality TK-12 education to communities throughout California.
Will generative AI replace journalists? Many of those in the business think so, if preventative measures are not taken. Others say it’s a tool for brainstorming and increased productivity.
February 9, 2017, was a bad day for Mark Snyir and the Sacramento moving company he co-owns, Two Men and a Truck. He and his partner started the business in 2005, growing from two trucks and five employees to 16 trucks and 80 employees.