Running a new business is all about moving forward. But according to one well-known designer, it's also important to look back once in a while. "I thi...
A Look Back: 10 Years of Inspiration from Behance
Over the past 10 years we've seen the release of the iPhone, iPad and Android devices to major economic and cultural moments that impacted creative expre
Looking back at 10 years of riding to end polio
By Gary Hirsch, a member of the Rotary Club of Tucson, Arizona, USA Roughly 10 years ago, Rotarian Michael J. Harris of the Casas Adobes Rotary was debating ways to help small Rotary clubs take ad…
Looking Back At 20 Years of Employee Benefits Offerings In The U.S.
It has been 20 years since SHRM first launched its annual employee benefits survey, at that time entitled “Innovative Benefits Survey.” The sheer number of benefits that were asked about in 1996 compared with today have grown immensely – a mere 60 benefits in 1996 compared with the 344 benefits covered in the 2016 Employee Benefits Research Report (click here for the full report). When we compare changes in benefits over the past 20 years we see that the core benefits offered by…
Trends in State Medicaid Programs: Looking Back and Looking Ahead
For 15 years, KCMU and HMA have conducted annual surveys of Medicaid programs across the country. The NAMD has formally collaborated on this project since 2014. This brief provides a look back at t…
Looking back: 4 spine surgeons discuss important professional lessons
Four spine surgeons discuss the most important lessons they have learned during their careers.
here's a look back at how it changed the world
On July 5, the online shopping powerhouse turns 25. A marketing professor looks back on how Amazon redefined retail for the world.
Looking back: Advice to my younger self on how to make the most of PhD training
As the realization sets in that I am in the second half of my fourth year of graduate school and nearing the end of my PhD journey, I find myself reflecting on the lessons I’ve learned over my graduate studies. Though I have enjoyed my time as a PhD student, there are some things that … Read more
World Summit on the Information Society: Looking Back and Looking Forward: My Comments To a WSIS...
Thus, looking forward I see that the issues of digital economic justice, digital equality and digital inequality as well as digital inclusion will develop alongside and partially displace issues of…
Library School: A Look Back, Or Why You Should Do A Lot of Research on the MLS Program You Are...
The three takeaways from my experience with the Emporia State University SLIM program: 1. When considering a MLS program, make sure you really do some thorough research into the programs you are…
3 reasons why you should stop raking leaves this fall and never look back.
Fall leaves aren't just pretty. They form their own "mini-ecosystem."
Advice about grad school from a Ph.D. holder looking back a decade later (opinion)
Looking back a decade later, Vanessa R. Corcoran offers some tips.
Looking back: What do geoscience graduates value most from their academic experience?
Groundwork - GSA Today, v. 26, no. 6. Looking back: What do geoscience graduates value most from their academic experience?
Industry Trends: A look back
Taking a look in the rearview mirror, we highlight 2014's trends that have rolled into 2015, among them value-based care, healthcare organization consolidation, and healthcare information technology.
Looking back: July 10
Zoning at 100: A Look Back
Zoning is the basic regulatory tool for city planning and since its birth wit
Looking back on an amazing CinemaCon
Cinionic drives innovation and shines bright at CinemaCon
Looking back on 10 years
Since 2006, we’ve eliminated more than 1,600 civilian positions with no layoffs while adding more than 500 fire and police uniform personnel. Public safety is a core business of local government, and we are proud that the Police Department’s emergency response times have declined four years in a row. The contract negotiations with the police and fire labor unions come down to a simple premise: Of the largest cities in the United States, San Antonio is the only one to have three AAA…
Looking Back 20 Years
This past July 1st,my husband and I woke early, packed our trusty Honda Fit with a beach umbrella and chairs, and headed to Emerald Isle for our annual beach vacation. We both love that area and have rented more houses than you can shake a stick at The beach is where I go to nourish body and soul and to completely relax. (Every time I visit a North Carolina beach, I think about the N.C. Coastal Federation and am so grateful for the…