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Albert Einstein said, "We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them."
Last week the City-Parish Total Compensation Study was released to the Metro Council. The study was long on information and figures that can be interpreted a variety of ways.
Since this column was first published on Tuesday, Oct. 15, the government shutdown has finally ended. As I originally wrote this column, we had seen 10 days of less government. Our business hadn't been affected one bit. Was yours?
On Sept. 26, 2013, Baton Rouge will witness a milestone groundbreaking ceremony that will forever impact our riverfront and our economy. Two new downtown towers rise near the banks of the Mississippi, and they symbolize a momentous step into the future.
Where is the "justice" from the U.S. Department of Justice? Especially where children are concerned?
Trevor Sims is a 10-year-old child who lives in our community, and you probably have never met or heard of him. But you should know about him, because he is a courageous young man who has a special perspective on life and is setting an example for us all.
Some business experts will tell you, "If you aren't changing, you're dying." There are lots of examples out there in different sectors (Kodak, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Blockbuster). But the same principle can be seen in operation outside the business world, including nonprofits, education, higher ed and government.