DyNAMC for a Changing World Magazine November 2013 Issue 2 Featuring California Public Utilities Commissioner President Michael Peevy

California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) President Michael R. Peevey talks candidly with Aldrica Lattimore the National Association of Minority Companies Inc. founder and president about the need for businesses to reflect their communities, the importance of larger business entities to mentor smaller businesses, and the critical role of commitment and hard work for any business owner.

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Call for Nominations and Judges for the 2014 DyNAMC Top Business and Top Influential People Walk the Walk Diversity Award. See how you can be recognized or participate for your spirit of diversity and inclusion.

Call for Nominations for the 2014 DyNAMC Top Business and Top Influential People Walk the Walk Diversity Award. See how you can be recognized or participate for your spirit of diversity and inclusion.

DyNAMC aims to connect our readers to each other and to the organizations and corporations that actively embrace diversity

(PRWEB) November 01, 2013

DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World is a nationally distributed online resource magazine dedicated to providing entrepreneurs, and small to large businesses with information and reporting to include how-to guides, news, tips and advice on how to start, manage and grow a business.

DyNAMC is published quarterly, and includes feature articles and specific columns that help businesses rethink re-envision and recreate their business practices; Advocacy offers support and guidance for readers as they work to lead advocacy efforts for their programs; Key Concepts provides innovative concepts in education and instruction; and Viewpoints offers a forum for sharing ideas and best practices.

DyNAMC also provides a range of articles on finance, technology, sales and marketing and HR, to legal, along with inspiring stories from successful entrepreneurs who have seen it all.

Other columns address leadership, current research, trends and issues, professional development, and matters related to diversity, inclusion and equality.


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