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  • Disaster Recovery

    In the business world, anticipating and planning for disasters is common practice. The business is logically separated into its components, and each part is assessed for likelihood of failure and impact of the loss. Businesses build redundancy for high impact components when possible, and they develop contingency plans for quickly replacing them if lost for … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

    Troy MurphyCongratulations!

    Today is your day.

    You’re off to Great Places!

    You’re off and away! *

    Troy Murphy’s jersey #3 will be raised to the Purcell Pavillion rafters on Saturday. He will join Austin Carr, Adrian Dantley, Skylar Diggins, Luke Harangody, Tom Hawkins, Ruth Riley, and Digger Phelps in the Notre Dame Basketball Ring of Honor … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Building Trust

    FJ vs GT 001American scholar, organizational consultant, and author Warren Bennis, who is widely regarded as a pioneer of the contemporary field of Leadership studies, identified four competencies of leadership in a classic 1984 essay. They are:

    Management of attention Management of meaning Management of trust Management of self

    To my knowledge, the late Dr Bennis never argued … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Tick Tock

    Tipoff2At this time last season, making the NCAA Tournament was the goal of Notre Dame basketball fans. The Irish had a rare losing 2013-14 season. Jerian Grant was back and playing very well, but the team was just starting to play to his extraordinary skills. There was a nice overtime victory at home vs Michigan … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Buckeyes Muscle Past Irish

    Ohio State jumped to a quick 14-0 lead and rolled to a 44-28 victory over Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Arizona. Ezekiel Elliott ended his college career with 149 yards rushing and four touchdowns, including a 47-yard burst in the third quarter that smothered a brief comeback attempt by the Irish. The … Full Notre Dame News Story