Innovation On A Roll

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

Four years. It’s the amount of time I spent working in New York City. A time that included countless lunches, happy hour get-togethers, and coffee meetings. And then there were walks in the park, shopping trips, outdoor movie viewings, and celebrity sightings. For much of that time, however, I commuted from central New Jersey, which […]

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A Tale Of Two Speeches

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

The other day, I was watching a show called “Chef Wanted” in which two chefs compete for a position at a top restaurant by taking the helm for one night. I find it compelling because it’s nearly impossible for a chef to walk into a new kitchen with a new staff and develop the level […]

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This One’s For The Nurses

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

It happened a few weeks ago when someone asked me which doctor delivered my twins — I couldn’t remember. The whole thing was a blur, as is usually the case with an emergency C-section. But, three years later, I do remember the names of the NICU nurses who cared for them for nearly a month. […]

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Confessions Of A Late Adopter

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

I’ve come to accept the fact that I’m what some people call ‘old school.’ By that, I mean I’m not as quick to adopt technologies as other Gen Xers (a term I despise), and I tend to cling to things others my age find to be obsolete. For example, I still buy — and listen […]

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It’s Not Always About Timing

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“They offered me a promotion,” I told my husband. And yet, the expression on my face didn’t exude any excitement. It was clear I didn’t want to take it. Things had been going downhill at my company for a while, and the offer of more money and increased responsibility was too little, too late. “They’ll […]

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