March / April 2006

March / April 2006 -MagazineCoverVolume 9, Number 2


Mission on the Move

Colleges and universities face a growing number of challenges each day. Our roundtable discussion with four higher education presidents gives an inside look at the changes and how they cope with the increasing demands. [Full story]

Learning in Class and on the Job

Students throughout the state are more immersed than ever in experiential learning opportunities. Not only are they better able to prepare for a career, but companies and organizations benefit from the skills and enthusiasm brought into the workplace. [Full story]

Casting a Wide INTERNnet

Program that connects students and employers comes home to the Indiana Chamber. High-technology, high-touch effort is expanding statewide. New executive director Pam Norman explains the benefits for all involved. [Full story]

Give Me an ‘E’ for Electronic

It’s difficult to find a company or organization that does not have a web presence. The number successfully selling products or services on the Internet, however, is far smaller. Find out how several companies are exceeding expectations. [Full story]

Same Name, New Approach

Indiana’s 21st Century Research & Technology Fund wants to assist small businesses with their commercialization efforts. Bruce Kidd describes the changes and what is needed to take the program – and Indiana companies – to the next level. [Full story]

And the Survey Says …

Mercer Health & Benefits shares the national and Indiana-specific results of it annual look at health care costs. Respondents point to consumerism and care management as top strategies for the future. [Full story]



Destination: Kokomo: Aggressive public sector economic development efforts are under way. The goals including maintaining the traditional strengths, diversifying the business offerings and attracting additional residents to the city. [Full story]

Small Businesses Take the Spotlight

Cannon IV and Family Express collect top honors at the Chamber’s annual Small Business Day at the Statehouse. Winners and Gov. Mitch Daniels share their insights on growing successful companies. [Full story]


President’s Message
INTERNnet program benefits employers

BizVoice® ReVisited
Updates on Winning Communities, BPL

Watch Out
Successful international assignments

Pass It On
The art of interviewing

Wellness benefits pay off

Guest Column
Business is going global

Guest Column
Crisis communications planning


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