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Book Review: Animal

Since the beginning of time, humans have had an innate fascination with the images of various animals. From our cavemen days, to modern children-book illustrations, animals have been a captivating part of our art. The coffee table book Animal: Exploring the Zoological World depicts carefully selected images of the creatures of our planet. Author James Hanken combines science and art to give the full breadth of the animal kingdom through pictures. West Lafayette Public Library Director Nick

8 MIN1 days ago
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Book Review: Animal

Ask The Mayor: Lafayette's Tony Roswarski On Paying For The State's Worker Shortage

It’s not often that cities turn down all the bids they receive for a project, but that’s just what Lafayette’s Board of Works did this week on a road paving and sidewalk improvement job. And to hear Mayor Tony Roswarski tell it, this story might be more common in the coming years, because it’s a seller’s market in the construction trades. A lack of qualified workers means companies don’t have the manpower to do all the available jobs at once, and they can pick and choose only the most lucrative

29 MIN2 days ago
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Ask The Mayor: Lafayette's Tony Roswarski On Paying For The State's Worker Shortage

Book Review: Bedtime Stories for Managers

Are you a leader who has trouble sleeping at night? This may be the book for you! Scholar Henry Mintzberg presents 42 essays in his book entitled Bedtime Stories for Managers . Each story presents interesting ideas on how to best manage people. From business to family, this book will make leading so easy you could do it in your sleep. West Lafayette Public Library Director Nick Schenkel has the review.

11 MIN1 weeks ago
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Book Review: Bedtime Stories for Managers

Latest Episodes

Book Review: Animal

Since the beginning of time, humans have had an innate fascination with the images of various animals. From our cavemen days, to modern children-book illustrations, animals have been a captivating part of our art. The coffee table book Animal: Exploring the Zoological World depicts carefully selected images of the creatures of our planet. Author James Hanken combines science and art to give the full breadth of the animal kingdom through pictures. West Lafayette Public Library Director Nick

8 MIN1 days ago
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Book Review: Animal

Ask The Mayor: Lafayette's Tony Roswarski On Paying For The State's Worker Shortage

It’s not often that cities turn down all the bids they receive for a project, but that’s just what Lafayette’s Board of Works did this week on a road paving and sidewalk improvement job. And to hear Mayor Tony Roswarski tell it, this story might be more common in the coming years, because it’s a seller’s market in the construction trades. A lack of qualified workers means companies don’t have the manpower to do all the available jobs at once, and they can pick and choose only the most lucrative

29 MIN2 days ago
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Ask The Mayor: Lafayette's Tony Roswarski On Paying For The State's Worker Shortage

Book Review: Bedtime Stories for Managers

Are you a leader who has trouble sleeping at night? This may be the book for you! Scholar Henry Mintzberg presents 42 essays in his book entitled Bedtime Stories for Managers . Each story presents interesting ideas on how to best manage people. From business to family, this book will make leading so easy you could do it in your sleep. West Lafayette Public Library Director Nick Schenkel has the review.

11 MIN1 weeks ago
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Book Review: Bedtime Stories for Managers

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