November 16, 2009 by Orr Fellowship

So you’ve heard about the Governor Bob Orr Indiana Entrepreneurial Fellowship, but one thought that may have crossed your mind is, “how do I get noticed by the Orr Fellowship, and what types of attributes/experiences are they looking for in their candidates?”  For the next couple of minutes I’m going to …

November 15, 2009 by Orr Fellowship

This video surfaced last week from Chow.com, a food and recipe site. I found myself at work watching John, the proprietor of Galcos Soda Pop Stop based in Los Angeles, walk me through his store and serendipitously bring me into his world of ‘bubbly water’. Aside from his addictive personality, one …

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While many of you out there are suffering from a case of the Mondays, I, on the other hand, am coming off a weekend buzz that will surely last me for the rest of the year.  What happened that was so great, you ask?  Well, on Saturday the Little Giants of Wabash College …

November 12, 2009 by Orr Fellowship

Wow. ROTC (Reception on the Circle) last night was unbelievable. All of the current Fellows had a great time getting to know the candidates. I left thinking – how will the board of directors narrow the 60 candidates from last night down to only 20 in the end? I wish …

November 11, 2009 by Orr Fellowship

One of the questions that I commonly receive from Orr Fellowship candidates is, “What types of things do you do at work?”  For most Orr Fellows this is a straight-forward question, but for me, the answer is a bit more long-winded. When I accepted my offer with the Orr Fellowship, I also accepted an offer …

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As DePauw and Wabash students and alumni everywhere get ready for arguably one of the greatest sports weekends (for our schools at least), I can’t help but start feeling nostalgic. Even though I’m less than one year out of college, it’s weekends such as “Monon Weekend” that make me long …

November 10, 2009 by Orr Fellowship

People often misunderstand the value and cost savings that effective Supply Chain Management (SCM) has on everything we interact with day-to-day. In fact, over the past 15 years SCM has become the dominant way companies compete. For example, in the early 90’s it took roughly 104 days for a box …

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With Thanksgiving just around the corner, and Christmas around the block, it’s difficult to believe that I’ve been working in the real world for just over four months now.  I can remember like it was yesterday what it was like to look for a job while still in college.  I remember …

November 9, 2009 by Orr Fellowship

Burberry might be one of the only clothing brands that was born out of a trench coat. The plaid patterns and distinctly British feel to the line of clothes, accessories, and bath items draws clear inspiration from Humphrey Bogart’s famous Weasel and Stoat in films like “The Maltese Falcon” and …