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John Friscia

John Friscia is the Editor of Computer Aid's Accelerating IT Success. He began working for Computer Aid, Inc. in 2013 and continues to provide graphic design support for AITS. He graduated summa cum laude from Shippensburg University with a B.A. in English.

July, 2017

  • 16 July

    Mark Zuckerberg on Business as a Vehicle for Change

    Businesses that are motivated to succeed the furthest are the ones where leaders feel a sense of purpose behind their work. They want not just to build a business but to produce positive change in society. This is Mark Zuckerberg’s take on how Facebook got to where it is now. Watch this video to hear how passion drove Facebook to its current heights.

  • 16 July

    Mark Cuban on How to Make People Listen to You

    You might have the best new idea in the world, but nobody is inherently obligated to listen to it. It is up to you to give people a reason to care about what you have to say. In this short video from Inc., billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban discusses his experience with convincing people to embrace new ideas.

  • 16 July

    The Secret to Hiring the Right People

    In this quick video, Jessica Mah, cofounder of InDinero, describes a straightforward process for making hiring decisions that eliminates all the ambiguity. Anyone involved in hiring will feel a sudden sense of enlightenment after watching this.

  • 16 July

    AI Experts Explain What You Really Need to Know about AI Now

    Suddenly everyone is talking about the importance of AI–even though realistically almost no one is taking advantage of it yet. But you have to start somewhere! So check out this video from McKinsey, where the AI experts themselves tell you and other leaders what you need to understand to get started.

  • 16 July

    No Breakfast, No Email: Elon Musk’s Daily Schedule

    Elon Musk is the closest the world has come to producing a Tony Stark so far. How does he even find the time to build and accomplish all that he does? This short video attempts to provide an answer. Use this if you need inspiration to better manage your time.

  • 14 July

    The writer is situated in his time…

    The writer is situated in his time. Every word has consequences. Every silence, too. -Jean-Paul Sartre, French philosopher, playwright, novelist, political activist, biographer, and literary critic

  • 12 July

    There are always flowers…

    There are always flowers for those who want to see them. -Henri Matisse, French artist

  • 9 July

    4 Places to Find Job Candidates You Probably Never Considered

    In IT, there are always seats to be filled, which means talent is always in demand. One way to find more job seekers is to look in unorthodox places. Andre Lavoie shares four examples in an article for Entrepreneur: Former employees: When people leave the business, keep tabs on how they are doing over time. There may eventually be a good opportunity to entice former employees to come back to the business. Website visitors: Include …

  • 9 July

    Four Unique Ways Businesses Are Finding Job Candidates

    If you are really willing to do anything to find the right people for the job, then you are willing to get a little zany. In an article for Fast Company, Stephanie Vozza shares four ways businesses have attracted the right candidates: Wine-and-cheese parties: If a job candidate gets the green light at interviews, then the final step in the process is having the candidate attend a wine-and-cheese party with current employees. The candidate only …

  • 9 July

    You’re Looking in the Wrong Place for Job Candidates

    In an article for Inc., Abigail Tracy acknowledges that, yes, job candidates are looking for jobs on LinkedIn. However, a lot of people are also looking for jobs on Facebook and Google+. Yes, honest-to-God Google+! Yet the same study that has revealed these findings has also found that less than one percent of businesses are using Google+ for recruiting (not surprising). Thus, you may want to reorient your recruiting efforts to keep the (otherwise completely …