Archive for the ‘Best Practices’ Category

Mozillagate: On the importance of speaking authentically

I can only imagine that Mozilla employees are in the middle of a lot of soul-searching right now after an intense two weeks, which culminated in the resignation of a founding Mozillian and newly-appointed CEO, Brendan Eich. Dubbed #Mozillagate, the … Continue reading

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In communications, good advice can quickly turn bad

This guest post was written by David Spark, founder of  Spark Media Solutions, whose e-book entitled “Hazardous to Your Social Media Health: 50 Previously Condoned Behaviors We No Longer Recommend,”  was released this week. Slap an industry term in front of the words … Continue reading

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One Bit at a time: NYT’s new tech deputy editor has big plans

Elinor Mills, content director at Bateman Group, talks to New York Times Deputy Tech Editor Jim Kerstetter in the penthouse of Bateman Group’s office building. As part of Bateman’s Media Q&A series, we had the pleasure of hosting Jim Kerstetter … Continue reading

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Bateman Group Senior VP Syreeta Mussante riffs on her fear of failure, her passion for ideas and why we should push clients out of their comfort zone

I remember when I first heard that Bill Bourdon, general manager at Bateman Group, was in talks earlier this year to hire Syreeta Mussante as a senior vice president. I thought to myself, “Hell yeah!” That’s because when I was … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Most Interesting Summer Jobs at Bateman Group – Part 4

In part 3, Katrina, Elissa D., Leah and Liam dropped some knowledge bombs. Tyler, Elinor, Jordan and Mina will impart some wisdom on us in this post! This is part of a series profiling the most interesting summer jobs of … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Most Interesting Summer Jobs at Bateman Group – Part 3

When we initially launched the Bateman Summer Jobs Series during the summer of 2011, it was supposed to be a three-part series. Well, we never got to that third part until now. With the influx of new talent at Bateman … Continue reading

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