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Inventor, author Kurzweil to speak at Penn State
Centre Daily Times - Inventor and best-selling author Ray Kurzweil will speak at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Penn State’s Schwab Auditorium as part of the 2010-11 Student Programming Association Distinguished Speakers Series.

Kurzweil is the author of four national best-sellers including “The Age of Spiritual Machines” and “The Singularity is Near.” He is ranked No. 8 on Forbes Inc. magazine’s entrepreneurs and was named one of “16 Revolutionaries Who Made America” by PBS.

Among Kurzweil’s accomplishments is being the principal developer of the first CCD flat-bed scanner, omni-font optical character recognition system and print-to-speech reading machine for the blind.
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Posted 10/22/2010 12:10:05 PM | Permalink
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NS Mayport Hosts Best-Selling Author
MayportMirror - Best-selling author and child-abuse survivor Dave Pelzer will speak during a special event on April 6 at NS Mayport Ocean Breeze Conference Center. Fleet and Family Support Center is sponsoring the event as part of its month-long recognition of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. Pelzer is the author of "A Child Called 'It'," his autobiography detailing his life as an abused child.

He nearly died several times by the hands of his mentally disturbed alcoholic mother. Pelzer's case was identified as one of the most gruesome and extreme cases of child abuse in California's then history. At age 12 Dave
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Posted 4/1/2010 12:04:37 AM | Permalink
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Wolfgang Puck to Open Ritz-Carlton Restaurant
by Richard Guzmán, City Editor,LA Downtown News Online - DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck will add to his L.A. Live presence with a new restaurant set to open inside the Ritz-Carlton, the hotel announced today.

The chef, who also runs the Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill at the $2.5 billion L.A. Live in South Park, will open WP24 by Wolfgang Puck on the 24th floor of the hotel. The restaurant will feature Asian fare, a wine cave and two private dining rooms.

“Given my longstanding relationship with the city of Los Angeles, it is an honor to continue my involvement with the renaissance of Downtown, especially L.A. Live,”
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Posted 3/2/2010 12:03:33 AM | Permalink
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Motivational Speaker John Hersey To Unlock Leadership Secrets in Interview with International Best-Selling Author, John Assaraf
NewsReleaseWire.com (press release) -
Motivational speaker will sit down with The Secret's best-selling author and business coach, John Assaraf, to find out the real secrets behind his business coaching success.

Fountain Hills, AZ -- John Hersey, world-renowned motivational and leadership speaker, will delve into the secrets behind  John Assaraf's success in an exclusive, upcoming one-on-interview. An international best-selling author, speaker and entrepreneur, Assaraf's popularity as a motivational business coach landed him a cameo appearance in the highly-acclaimed book and movie, The Secret.

Assaraf is also the founder of OneCoach, a company committed to helping entrepreneurs and professionals grow their small business revenues so they can achieve
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Wall Street Journal

How Bosses Waste Their Employees' Time
Wall Street Journal
Leaders don't mean to waste their employees' time. Unfortunately, many of them heap unnecessary work on the people below them in the pecking order—and are downright clueless that they're doing it. They give orders without realizing how much work ...

Business Insider

The story of a CEO who liked blueberry muffins highlights a dangerous trap that catches too many bosses
Business Insider
A Stanford professor wrote in The Wall Street Journal about a common mistake CEOs make every day. An offhand remark by the boss could drive employees to go above and beyond to meet their request — even if they didn't mean anything by the comment.
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The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't: Robert I. Sutton: 9781600245855 ...

Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard

No assholes allowed
Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard
Sorry, you can't work here. (Credit for inventing the No Asshole Rule goes to Stanford professor Robert I. Sutton.) Marie Gilot is the director of CUNY J+, the professional development arm of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Dec. 14, 2017, 10:48 ...

Forbes

Why Finding The Real Meaning Of Agile Is Hard
Forbes
“I talked to 50+ leaders and consultants about what 'agile' means,” the legendary professor of management science at the Stanford Engineering School, Robert I. Sutton, wrote on Twitter late last week. “Read 10+ books. I agree with many principles and ...

Stanford Report

Helping Latino Businesses Keep Pace
Stanford Report
Marlene Orozco spends a lot of time collecting and analyzing data on Latino business owners around the U.S. The fact that the information — much of which has never before been compiled in such depth — is designed to directly support Latino ...

RadioWest

The A$$hole Survival Guide
RadioWest
Our guest Wednesday has written a book with a slightly off-color title: The A--hole Survival Guide. Robert Sutton is a Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford University, and his book is a how-to for dealing with the jerks in your own life ...

Stanford University News

Navigating the Shifting Seas of Global Government Oversight
Stanford University News
One was Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense: Profiting from Evidence-Based Management, by Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert I. Sutton. That was a huge inspiration for the logic behind this company. I believe people should make data-based ...

Stanford Report

How Do You Define “Culture”?
Stanford Report
The Spring 2018 issue of Stanford Business magazine focused on the theme of “culture,” as applied to corporations, society, and individuals. For a deeper dive, we asked faculty at Stanford Graduate School of Business to suggest books, articles, and ...
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