Tag Archives: Generation Y

Mentoring, Networking and Innovation

Photo of sign at Newton-Lee Elementary School in Ashburn, Virginia by Fred McClimans.

This post, co-authored by Alan Berkson with Fred McClimans, originally appeared on October 2, 2011 in  PR Conversations. It has been reprinted and updated here.   History is filled with examples of linkages between networking, mentoring and innovation, but over the centuries the knowledge acquisition ecosystem has changed considerably. There was a time when this process was slow Continue Reading →

Let’s Call It What It Is: Pervasive Communication

Global Communication

I don’t want to talk about social media. I don’t want to talk about social business. I don’t want to talk about social enterprise. At least not in the context which many people seem to be using it these days. Businesses are not social. People are social. Supreme Court precedent aside, businesses are not people, at Continue Reading →

Mentoring, Networking and Innovation

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I co-authored a post this week for PR Conversations with Fred McClimans on the impact and role of mentoring. Here is an excerpt. You can find the full article here.  Excerpt: The “hyper-connected” generation Technology, pervasive communication and the global availability of “any information everywhere” have had a negative impact on the state of mentorships. Twenty years Continue Reading →