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An Exclusive Interview with Amway’s Jeff Terry with Ideagen CEO George A. Sifakis

by George Sifakis, Founder, CEO of Idea-gen.com
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George Sifakis: Jeff is the global head for corporate social responsibility at Amway. The primary responsibility that he has is to develop and guide the implementation of the company’s enterprise wide corporate social responsibility strategy, where he is aligning the organizations capacity to effectively implement its social investment and innovation efforts around nutrition, entrepreneurship and overall stakeholder and community engagement. 

Huffington Post Puts the Spotlight on Eastman VP Jennifer Stewart

In its ongoing profile series of women business leaders, The Huffington Post recently featured Eastman VP Jennifer Stewart.
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She delivers some valuable career insights, as well as her thoughts on why the innovation buzz at Eastman makes it such an exciting place to be.

Stewart tells Huffington Post that she places high value on sitting on the Eastman Sustainability Council, which ensures collaboration across multiple dimensions of sustainability. “We truly believe sustainability and innovation go hand in hand,” Stewart tells Huffington Post, “and having Corporate Innovation represented on the Sustainability Council reaffirms Eastman’s commitment to sustainable innovation.”

When Taking a Different Path Leads to Self-Discovery

by Shalini Datta
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AfterTaste is a partner of Cisco CSR. Cisco sponsors The Huffington Post's ImpactX section.

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AfterTaste is a partner of Cisco CSR. Cisco sponsors The Huffington Post's ImpactX section.

Wearables in the Workplace: 3 Reasons to Test in Manufacturing

by Heather Franzese & Tom Rausch of Good World Solutions
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Good World Solutions is a partner of Cisco CSR. Cisco sponsors The Huffington Post's ImpactX section.

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Good World Solutions is a partner of Cisco CSR. Cisco sponsors The Huffington Post's ImpactX section.

Purpose-Driven Strategy: Creating a Sustainable Business While Solving the World's Challenges

by Gabi Zedlmayer, Vice President and Chief Progress Officer at HP
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Big doesn't begin to describe the amount of data the world generates in a day. In fact, Ernst & Young reports that the world creates as much data in 10 minutes as in all of human history up until the year 2003.

Your Guide to the Rapidly Changing Future of Work

by Joseph Agoada, Communications Advisor, InSTEDD
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Want to learn more about emerging technology and the future of work? Check out Cisco's Workforce Readiness resource page and follow InSTEDD on twitter.

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Want to learn more about emerging technology and the future of work? Check out Cisco's Workforce Readiness resource page and follow InSTEDD on twitter.

Why We Should Worry Less About The "Achievement Gap"

by Brandon Smith, Senior Mathematician, MIND Research Institute
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It's very common to talk about raising student achievement. After all, this is where we see gaps. Doing poorly on an assignment or failing a test denotes "poor achievement" and stands out to teachers, parents and society. We naturally want to fix student achievement. But here's the twist: The achievement gap is not the root problem, and we hurt our students and ourselves by focusing on it.

The Secret Ingredient for a Great Cup of Coffee: Hint, It's Not What You Think

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There are definitely some myths out there about sustainable products, and to be blunt, how good they are. Some people wonder whether something so focused on its mission can look great, taste great, feel great. (Apparently locally-grown wheat grass smoothies, raw yeast balls and sandpaper hemp pants don't float everyone's boat.) As it turns out, in the coffee world, sustainability not only goes hand-in-hand with quality, they're integrally linked.

How The Internet Of Things Could Power Preventive Treatment Of Chronic Diseases

by Sophie-Charlotte Moatti, Mobile veteran, monetization expert, Facebook entrepreneur, Stanford MBA, @scmoatti
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This blog post is part of a series on the future of health and technology produced by the editors of HuffPost ImpactX in conjunction with the world premiere of the trailer for documentary 'Detected,' produced by Ironbound Films, in partnership with Cisco. The trailer will debut on March 16 at the SXSW Music and Film Festival in Austin, TX. For more information about 'Detected,' click here. To see all the other posts in the series, click here.

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This blog post is part of a series on the future of health and technology produced by the editors of HuffPost ImpactX in conjunction with the world premiere of the trailer for documentary 'Detected,' produced by Ironbound Films, in partnership with Cisco. The trailer will debut on March 16 at the SXSW Music and Film Festival in Austin, TX. For more information about 'Detected,' click here. To see all the other posts in the series, click here.

A Brief Guide to the Basic Fundamentals of Art Therapy

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Huffington Post Arts & Culture Editor Priscilla Frank interviews Dr. Sarah Deaver, President, American Art Therapy Association who provided this overview of the Mental Health Profession

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Huffington Post Arts & Culture Editor Priscilla Frank interviews Dr. Sarah Deaver, President, American Art Therapy Association who provided this overview of the Mental Health Profession

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