They say women are disempowered in our society.
On April 9, 2013, we celebrated theof 1963.
This day marks how far in 2013 women must work to earn what men earned in 2012.
That is APRIL 9th, over three months into the year.
1 ].in the are paid on average 77 cents for every dollar paid to men [
Women currently hold 4 percent of Fortune 500 2 ].positions and in the Fortune 1000, a whopping 4.5 percent of CEO positions are held by women [
…about people in any kind of organization—for-profit, non-profit, governmental, education, startup, Fortune 1000—who are responsible for developing products and services beyond the edge of what your organization can know through its or its competitors' existing experience.
Often, in very young organizations, those people are simply the founders. In more established places, they may have nearly any job title. And in any organization, they can be technical, but they can fill other roles …
…12 Months with Half of Privatein Fortune 500
Opscode Joins with Opscode ® , the foundation for the coded business, is hosting its second annual user conference, # , beginning today in 2013 . A sell-out crowd of more than 700 attendees has gathered at the Hyatt Embarcadero for …and to Deliver Opscode Chef as the Cloud Automation Platform for the Coded Business - April 25, 2013 -
…began with identifying a trend we're seeing happen throughout the the business landscape. From Fortune 100 enterprises to Web 2.0 startups, Information Technology is becoming the primary delivery platform for goods and services and the primary means of engaging consumers. The real-world examples are right in front of us - mobile banking, e-commerce, online insurance claims, media and entertainment, the list grows daily. And so, organizations of all sizes are now looking to move IT from …
It doesn't have to be linear segmentation, because the ability of Fortune 500 companies to pay is not linear, with respect to the size of the company. A 1,000 person company is not the same as collecting 1,000 one‑man companies and putting them all in a room together. They have orders of magnitude more money, so you should probably be charging them orders of magnitude more money.
"Names matter." Back in my time as a Japanese salary man, I was given a project to run by my boss, …
Matt Wensing from Stormpulse (disclaimer: I'm an investor, long story below) generously took some time off of managing the nation's severe weather risks to appear on our podcast. ( Keith Perhac couldn't be with us when we taped this, as he was celebrating the birth of his second daughter.) It's been about six months since our last episode but I think this probably makes up for it, as it's a cracker of an episode.
…and practices designed to improve how we tackle innovation and uncertainty, be it in tech startups, Fortune 100, non-profits or government. I consider myself lucky to count Brant and Patrick as friends and colleagues. It is my hope that from this book you will gain valuable insights, make Lean Startup your own, and - much more importantly - that you are successful in changing the world for the better. Eric Ries,
San Francisco, December 2012
If you want to read more, you can …
…can go wrong is by being too self-important with the whole thing. I have seen Only jerks try to sell art.of Fortune 500 companies painting beside adults with developmental disabilities, and guess who did the better painting? Not the rich guy. Don't assume that because you are a brilliant , it means that you are a great artist, and that your paintings are worth a fortune. Don't worry about it.
Clean your brushes with water when you are done.
It's been a whirlwind year at Pathfinder. Our focus on bringing innovative solutions to the healthcare space has continued to bear fruit. We've added Fortune 500 clients and innovative startups in the device, diagnostic and health insurance industries.
Our clients continue to innovate in their use of mobile technology. Many of our projects now involve developing mobile applications on iPhones, iPads and Android smartphones and tablets. Projects this year have included:
…that's what I still hope to do, because I have an endless well of obsession left.
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