If you know Dorothy Phillips, you recognize she is calmly committed to excellence in all things. In her What I Learned, Dorothy explains the source of that drive, why mentors are so important, why earlier intervention is necessary to introduce kids to science, and more.
Marcus Remmers, DSM’s CTO, authored this week’s “Seeking Sustainability” piece. I’ve interacted with Marcus several times, and he is among the CTOs most committed to improving the environment. To take that a step further, I don’t think most people appreciate how earnestly chemical enterprise executives view their obligation to the planet. Judge for yourself as you read this, and future, “Seeking Sustainability” contributions.
In this issue’s Career Corner, you get five different perspectives on how to deal with the dreaded “overqualified” response.
Last, but not least, Ken Fivizzani explains our safety depends in large part on the actions of others, which is why we need to observe, and when necessary, react appropriately to others around us.
John C. Katz