Monthly Archives: August 2008

Son, go south and become an accoutant

It’s high time that the accounting students got their due. Right now it is estimated that students with financial skills in accounting may be in higher demand than their cousins in engineering. Singapore admits it only takes 3 years to … Continue reading

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The importance of the new guy

I am writing this blog to welcome our latest staff member, Michael Gorman. Mike will assume responsibilities for assembling a highly redundant, secure server architecture in support of Next Acropolis 1.0. Mike comes to Next Acropolis with a B.S. in … Continue reading

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Tuning the workforce through social networking

Since many of you understand the notion of next acropolis, it’s time to think outside the box. Next Acropolis is designed to allow recruiters to search for student talent, then make connections — ie, invite a job application, inform someone … Continue reading

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Bosses who are ‘always recruiting’: it’s not as easy as it should be

This recent article on msnbc underscores the paradox in modern corporations: the need to gather talent, despite the odds. McKinsey polled firms on how easy it was to conduct talent searches, and despite the nuber of online resources, it hasn’t … Continue reading

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