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Our mission at the Glasscock School is to serve as a bridge between Rice University and the greater Houston community. We will not let a storm like Harvey sway us from that mission.
Houston will get about 70 percent totality on Aug. 21. Astrophysicist Christopher Johns-Krull offers some fascinating insight on this rare sky event.
We live in a world in which exponential change has become the norm. Reinventing ourselves is essential to adapt and thrive, especially in times of great change.
To survive in an era of great disruption, we need to be nimble, flexible, resilient and open to new experiences. But how do we accomplish this?
What does it take to thrive in a world of constant change? It’s a question we think about often at the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies.
Strategy and strategic are two of the most overused words in business today. In relation to business communications, however, strategy has a very specific meaning.
Leadership is a loaded word. It often implies power, authority, and a straight line toward a goal. In practice, there are few straight lines for those exercising leadership.
As the majority of your business writing is through email, you need to ensure that your emails communicate both your message and your “personal brand” effectively.