Labor Day, Productivity, Overwork, Disruptive Business Models, And Bob Dilenschneider's Oped

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It's puzzling why the founder and head of Manhattan public affairs firm  The Dilenschneider Group  would publish a Labor Day oped with what may be a key inaccuracy.

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When Ghostwriting Opeds for WSJ Made Us

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Call it Oped Camelot.    During that heady time we ghostwriters became Establishment Made Men/Women when we created opinion-editorials [opeds] which were published in THE WALL STREET JOURNAL.    Now, ghostwriting an oped for THE WALL STREET JOURNAL as well as articles for one-time heavies like THE HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW has a much lower payoff.    There was that stretch of about 30 years. 

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Interview: Susan Gluss, UC Berkeley School of Law

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

She is investigating the use of social media, specifically blogging, as as way of promoting both the activities of the Law School and her own OpEd's in the San Francisco Chronicle. At the end of the second day of the Ragan Social Media Conference I met Susan Gluss who is the Media Relations Director and spokeswoman for the UC Berkeley School of Law. She is investigating the use of social media, specifically blogging, as as way of promoting both the activities of the Law School and her [.]

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Pennsylvania Education Policy Roundup for September 24, 2013: Education advocates demand equitable school funding formula

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link] Franklin County lawmakers idle on education funding issues (Guest essay) Chambersburg Public Opinion OPED By SUSAN SPICKA September 24, 2013 On Monday, I went to Harrisburg with Pennsylvanians from more than 35 school districts large and small, rich and poor, rural, urban and suburban.