Giving Gratitude for Long-Term Partnerships

Confession: I made my 2022 folder for Research Masters and it made me smile for the rest of the day. Why, you ask? Let me start by explaining that my digital life is a lot more organized than my actual life. In my role as an edtech consultant with Vuja de Enterprises Consulting, I need…

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January 17, 2022 | by

Turn Corporate Sustainability Hurdles into Speedbumps

As businesses operating in today’s world of extreme climate issues, we should seek to be stewards of the environment and champions of sustainability. Many companies can point to at least one or two green measures they’ve incorporated into their business models, which gives us a solid foundation. But to avoid the impending climate crisis, we…

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March 9, 2021 | by

3 Recommendations for Cleaning Up Your Corporate Act

Nearly a third (28.5%) of all greenhouse gases emitted in the US comes from industrial and commercial companies, with additional emissions coming from the energy burned to heat and cool the buildings used by those companies. The US is the second-largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world, and has one of the highest per…

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March 3, 2021 | by

The Pressure’s On with Corporate Sustainability

Consumers are having a profound effect on businesses, with increasing demands for sustainable practices, products, and corporate social and environmental responsibility policies and sponsorships. This is especially true of Millennials, a demographic cohort known for both making and breaking entire industries, and for heavily investing toward ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) projects. They’re also currently…

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February 27, 2021 | by

3 Ways to Improve Corporate Sustainability Measures

This short-sightedness comes from multiple factors, the first being that there is no true definition of “sustainability” by which every corporation must abide. According to PBS, “one company’s ‘sustainable’ move could hurt the environment in other ways,” largely because of a lack of understanding by (or agreement among) corporate executives of regarding which actions are…

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February 22, 2021 | by

Congratulations Dr. Amanda Coté!

Amanda Coté started her journey working in education as a tutor when she was in the 5th grade.  She earned a BA degree in English education from Saint Leo University and poured her heart and soul into teaching and mentoring middle and high school students.  She then earned a MS in Psychology from Nova Southeastern…

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February 6, 2021 | by

The Freelancing Model Needs to Transform as the Market Grows

Even before the 2020 coronavirus pandemic changed the face of work, companies in the US and around the world were steadily increasing the number of contract workers used to fulfill business needs previously handled by traditional full-time (or part-time) employees. In 2019, more than 57 million Americans worked as freelancers, as part of the 1.1…

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December 5, 2020 | by

Hello, Do-Gooders! What Do You Need to Know?

We’d like to introduce ourselves to you and to the world! We are Madame Curiosity: the only secondary research firm specializing in actionable insights for organizations improving our world. You tell us what you need to know, and we work our behind-the-scenes magic to provide you with the best answers, in the quickest time, for…

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September 29, 2020 | by

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