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Ryan Scott
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When it comes to technology investments and employee engagement, sticky is what it’s all about.

Stickiness means that your employees are hooked and keep coming back. An employee who’s “stuck” doesn’t need to be bombarded with reminders to use the technology investment you’re promoting – he’s going to seek it out himself and advocate it to others. Sticky is the cure for software collecting dust and having to explain why you thought the investment was so important in the first place. Stickiness saves your job.

I’m stuck on stickiness today because of some feedback I just heard.

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"If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution." -- Emma Goldman I got a kick out of this short and punchy post by online maverick Ashley Ambirge. As she explains: The int...
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How do we make sense of 9/11, and how can we move forward? Corporate philanthropy and employee engagement can play a key role.
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Look what naturally happens when you give children spears.
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Prudential and Steve Robinson exemplify the sort of transformative relationship that can happen when capitalism meets corporate philanthropy.
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Awesome.  Love what Casey is up to.
We all love flip-flops! Ease, comfort and lifestyle looks. Let's get them on every amputee!
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Good article with real information in it.  
If we offered couples an instruction manual to help contextualize and normalize the challenges that arise in any intimate partnership, I can only imagine how different our divorce rate would be.
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When it comes to your corporate philanthropy, you’re only glimpsing one part of the mirror's reflection. Turn it around and what do you see?
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General Electric develops a device that counts the calories of food about to be consumed.
https://www.inside.com/tech/u3rhs/general-electric-develops-a-device-that-counts
The device analyzes the fat content, water content and weight of food items with close accuracy. The goal is to scan a sandwich and tell someone exactly what they are eating.
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Technology has its limits when it comes to corporate philanthropy. Here's what else you need.
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Education
  • Life
    2012
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Male
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Ryan Scott Druckenmiller
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Changemaker
Introduction
Social Entrepreneur Renegade. I've developed a solution for employee engagement in causes thru employee volunteering and corporate philanthropy called the Community Impact Platform.  I hold a few patents on things you have definitely used.
Bragging rights
Reinvented the direct marketing industry, invented opt-in email marketing industry (permission marketing), helped outlaw spam, took a company public without taking venture capital.
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CEO and Founder of Causecast
Employment
  • Causecast
    CEO, 2007 - present
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san francisco, ca
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los angeles, ca - new york, ny - fort lauderdale, fl - hollywood, fl - tiburon, ca - allentown, pa - west hollywood, ca - catasauqua, pa - california, pa - hollywood, fl - goleta, ca - malibu, ca
Grossly understaffed.people are leaving
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The best.
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A few things not working yes no excuse but kids loved it.
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One of favorite places. Go here once a week as its a painful craving.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Fire guy behind register. Don't know why you'd keep such a guy with so many good people unemployed.
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