Monthly Archives: November 2012

November 28, 2012, by Charlie Jahnigen

Restaurant: Impossible – A 30 Minute Business Lesson

For a post-Thanksgiving blog it’s appropriate to talk food. I frequently watch the show Restaurant: Impossible which airs on Food Network. For those who have never seen the show, the concept is simple; Chef Robert Irvine has two days and a budget of $10,000 to save a desperate restaurant from impending failure. During the show, […]

November 21, 2012, by Lindsay Mullett

The Generational Spectrum at Work

If there were ever a time that different generations needed to learn to play nicely together in the workplace, it would be now. For the first time in history, there are FOUR generations working together: the Silent Generation (1929-1945), the Baby Boomers (1946-1964), Generation X (1965-1978), and Generation Y or the “Millennials”(1979-1997…to which I belong!). […]

November 14, 2012, by admin

College Students Are Getting More Out of Class

In the process of tutoring college students about Building Information Modeling (BIM), I am reminded how rapidly the design and construction education is changing.  Thinking back just 6 and a half years ago when I graduated from college, I entered into the workforce with very little real CAD knowledge and no idea what BIM is. […]

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