Commentary

When the news broke about Minnesota and Wisconsin sharing first-place rankings in this year’s ACT college entrance exam scores, one reporter asked a question that was simultaneously amusing and serious: “Could Vikings fans really be this smart?”...

Oh Lord, have mercy, otherwise, our produce will not be discovered and plenty will rot in oblivion. The scene opens. It’s Google’s day. The festivities are full-steam ahead, the skateboarding mathematicians are jumping in joy and have thrown away used hockey sticks while sipping champagne,...

IT partnerships are all the rage — but are they right for your organization? This type of relationship has many facets, and this week, IT Insights examines the behaviors and maintenance factors involved in healthy, sucessful partnerships....

Mike Weymier's new series focuses on real-world applications of project management. Mike will explore what organizations are doing to change, how the essence of continuous improvement is reinforcing success and who's doing what....

Some of us have raised our expectations after seeing friends and colleagues get better situations in recent months. Still, maybe you’re currently one of those people who’s mulling over whether to stay at your Midwest technology employer or strike out for greener pastures.

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As kids get back to school, some teachers and administrators about wireless technologies such as camera phones being used for cheating. Chris Shipley calls for old-school pedagogues to reconsider....

MILWAUKEE -- So I’ve been hanging with 42 YP leaders from across the US this week. They’re summiting in Milwaukee for the first ever national YP come-together. And they’re blowing me away. Here are my key learnings....

Richard Thieme takes on the notion of constructions and identities in this free excerpt from his new book, "Islands in the Click Stream." WTN will be repriting selected essays from "Clickstream" till the end of the month. We hope you enjoy Thieme's work....