When considering the tremendous financial achievements within BWS before the attack on Greenwood, our project uncovered several apparent themes from that era that produced massive entrepreneurial success and best practices for community and economic development: access, collaboration, education, health, communication, and ownership.
In academia, researchers apply a significant amount of time, energy, and focus extending knowledge, contemplating ideas, and expanding innovation. Transforming research into commercial success depends on the entrepreneurial skills required to turn discoveries into products or processes utilizing the right tools and correct approach.
By Kristen Broussard, Contributing Editorkristen@tablesaltgroup.com According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, a person with a disability is an individual with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. Cognitive or hidden disabilities include a range of primarily neurological challenges and may not be immediately apparent. Many people with hidden … Continue reading Shaping the Future of Leadership Embracing Diversity of Thought and Ability