Contagious Culture

Posted by Lindsey Ravasani-asl

Mar 24

Have you ever been on the fence about reading a book and once you starting reading that book you have a hard time putting it down because it is relatable, interesting, or simply something unexpected? I tend to be a harsh critic when it comes to many books and for a book to motivate me and capture my attention is few and far between. Recently however, I have read Anese Cavanaugh’s book, “Contagious Culture, and thoroughly enjoyed reading her new book.  Although it is geared towards already existing leaders and how to improve their leadership through the IEP (Intentional, Energetic Presence) method it is still a great resource for ambitious young professionals that want to start preparing towards becoming a leader within an organization. During this blog, I want to give you some insight on the author, the main ideas throughout the book so if you decide to attend the event in April 2016 that Anese will be speaking at you can see if her book interests you. All the information about the event location and how to register are listed below with a direct link to the event page.

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Topic Categories: Culture

The Impact the Malala Foundation has on the World

Posted by Lindsey Ravasani-asl

Feb 8

Most individuals are aware of the shooting in 2012 of Malala Yousafzai that sparked national attention. Malala spoke up for the rights of education for young girls that were banned due to conflict with the Taliban in her country. However, most people probably are not aware of the progress she and the Malala Foundation have made globally to ensure young kids can attend school. I must admit I was one of those individuals; it wasn’t until recently that I attended a conference and listened to the Malala Foundation presentation that I was inspired to write a blog about it. The presentation was one of the most humbling and life changing speeches I have ever witnessed. The Foundation has recently released some amazing projects to draw awareness to the lack of education available to youth globally. Below I will be discussing some of the avenues they have taken to raise awareness, the mission/ vision, and the impact on various regions they have had.

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Topic Categories: Educational Resources

Complications of Implementing Knowledge Management

Posted by Lindsey Ravasani-asl

Nov 16

According to, "Knowledge management was initially defined as the process of applying a systematic approach to the capturing, structuring, managing, and disseminating knowledge throughout an organization to work faster, reuse best practices, and reduce costly rework from project to project.” Conceptualizing knowledge management at a high level is important when developing a plan to execute a company-wide knowledge management standard. Knowledge management, however, can be broken down into three segments. 

Knowledge Management Segments


  1. Knowledge Transferring
  2. Knowledge Sharing
  3. Knowledge Barriers

These three concepts are discussed below with examples of each segment.

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