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In 2014, Schmidt co-authored the New York Times best-selling book How Google Works[122] with Jonathan Rosenberg, former Senior Vice President of Products at Google and current advisor to Google CEO Larry Page, and Alan Eagle.[123] The book is a collection of the business management lessons learned over the course of Schmidt and Rosenberg's time leading Google.[124] In his book, Eric Schmidt argues that successful companies in the technology-driven internet age should attract smart and creative employees and create an environment where they can thrive. He argues that the traditional business rules that make a company successful have changed; companies should maximize freedom and speed, and decision-making should not lie in the hands of the few. Schmidt also emphasizes that individuals and small teams can have a massive impact on innovation.[125]

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Before joining Khan Academy in 2016, Dave ran a test prep and college counseling firm in New York, and worked with students all over the world. He led the development of our SAT, LSAT, and Praxis Core prep offerings, and now is thrilled to have the privilege of serving and supporting the entire US Content team. He loves to work with Khan Academy's cross-functional teams of educators, instructional designers, and other creative problem-solvers, and is passionate about empowering our learners to build their confidence and achieve their goals with content that is warm, rigorous and candid, and inspiring.

Stacie started her career as a math and science teacher before moving into district administration. Stacie is passionate about supporting teachers and instructional leaders with creative solutions for reaching all learners. Stacie is passionate about animal care and loves working on the family hobby farm

James Norman is a serial entrepreneur who, at age 16, built his first online company. His current venture, Pilotly, is the first market research platform built for creative content, servicing Amazon, NBCUniversal, and others.

He grew his entrepreneurial legs early. As an adolescent, he dabbled in everything from shoveling snow, to selling Nextel ringtones, to flipping custom apparel. Julius knew the value of a dollar and the payoff of exploiting a market through creative thinking.

Marcus Blackwell is the CEO and Founder of Make Music Count, a math curriculum taught through music. He received a B.S in mathematics from Morehouse college and has played professional gospel piano since the age of 16. Marcus dedicates his energy to developing creative curriculum for students to embrace learning. Through its culturally relevant approach, Make Music Count connects the dots where the traditional methods of teaching fall short. Marcus believes that students will reach their full educational potential once curriculum reflects their identity and experiences.

Laron Walker spends a tremendous amount of his time evangelizing STEM education with schools and organizations focused on kids and their academic development. He works to ensure that education is open, accessible, and affordable to all. As the CEO of MantisEDU, Inc, Laron is developing programs that teach kids workforce relevant skills by creatively blending computer science and hands on learning in relevant and practical applications. As a result, kids are being exposed to concepts such as machine learning, data science, big data and application development via interactive lessons and activities very early in their education journey.

Tiffanie Stanard is a techie, creative, media personality/producer, and an award-winning entrepreneur with 15+ years of experience. Stanard has been named One of the 15 Women Changing the Face of Technology, Innovator of the Year, Visionary Leader to Watch, among many more honors. Tiffanie is the Founder/CEO of Stimulus, a relationship intelligence SaaS platform that uses data and analytics to help companies make better purchasing decisions. Stimulus is backed by amazing investors including Google for Startups, Juno Capital, Darco Capital, and more - growing with support from Microsoft and other great organizations. Stanard has been active in her community throughout the duration of her career by serving as an advisor or board member for several organizations including Philly Startup Leaders, PACT, City of Philadelphia (Office of Workforce Development), and PHL Diversity (Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau).

Leaders tend to have creative minds, and creativity is not a one-size-fits-all term. Some people are artistically creative, some are organizationally creative, and some are creative with their problem-solving. Maximize yours. Put your creativity on display. Lead by example.

On-demand creative servicesVisually simplifies the production and distribution of visual content through a marketplace that brings together creators (designers, analysts, journalists, and developers) with customers to create content for use in publications, presentations, and advertising ...

PAAS Creative Cloud Gobbler is a PAAS which lets software companies making creative tools add cloud services to their desktop and mobile applications. Our easy to use API is used to integrate into the workflows of these software applications Software companies typically do not have ...

A cutting-edge e-commerce company developing products for our own technological platform. Our creative, smart and dedicated teams pool their knowledge and experience to find the best solutions to meet project needs, while maintaining sustainable and long-lasting results.

*Edit short and long video commercials, stories, webinars from live action footage*Create animatics from designed storyboards and mix with voiceover to assist in the production of animated videos*Research stock footage and create animatic (storyboards) with stock footage and later a full video with the footage*Prepare deliverables such as videos with captions, SRT files, and social media cuts derived from the long form videos*Export videos in different formats such as 16:9, 9:16, 1x1, and any other required formats by our clients*Work with other editors, creative directors, producers, designers, animators in the team*Participate in calls with the client*search for music tracks and perform sound design for videos*Perform color grading

A successful candidate has critical and creative thinking skills and is driven to create an outstanding product and client experience while contributing to a erse and inclusive workplace that people want to be a part of.

PRECISIONvalue is the top payer marketing agency in the country. We partner with global pharmaceutical and life sciences companies who are developing groundbreaking treatments to make medicines accessible and affordable. We excel at demonstrating the economic, clinical, and societal value of creative medical treatments to payers, providers, patients, and policymakers.

We look for people who are curious, creative and are willing to do the work to be a little better every day. We also embody our company values in all that we do, which always starts with being Customer Obsessed, followed by Be a Founder, Zero Drama, and Enjoy the Ride. Does that sound like you?

We are searching for an Accounts Payable Specialist that is detail oriented, analytical and a creative thinker. You will initiate workflow requests for pricing or quantity discrepancies and/or missing information, reconcile statements, and work on special projects.

Bully Pulpit Interactive is an outcomes agency made up of strategists, data scientists, and artists. We come from politics, brands, and government and we communicate without barriers and measure what matters. BPI specializes in public affairs, corporate reputation, and social impact. A growing firm, we sit on both coasts and connect Silicon Valley technology, Madison Avenue creative, Washington policy and real people.


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