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ageofdestruction:

blight: The Sun, photographed by Solar Dynamics Observatory, 8th March 2014.

East limb of the Sun. 12 images over 3 hours; inverted 21.1 nm (2x106 K) + 17.1 nm (6.3x105 K) light.

Image credit: NASA/SDO, AIA/EVE/HMI. Animation: AgeOfDestruction.

Posted on Wednesday, September 17th 2014

Reblogged from Age Of Destruction 

officialrodarte:

Sasha Pivovarova wears Rodarte’s Knit Sweater in the December 2008 issue of Vogue Paris; styled by Melanie Huynh (photo by Mark Segal).

officialrodarte:

Sasha Pivovarova wears Rodarte’s Knit Sweater in the December 2008 issue of Vogue Paris; styled by Melanie Huynh (photo by Mark Segal).

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th 2014

Reblogged from RODARTE 

milkstudios:

Public School: Behind the Scenes
wantering-blog:

Backstage at Public School for MADE Fashion Week SS15
And it continues! Wantering spotted Public School designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow backstage perfecting both their mens and womenswear collection for Spring/Summer 2015. 
For a full photo gallery and recap head over to Milk Studios!  

milkstudios:

Public School: Behind the Scenes

wantering-blog:

Backstage at Public School for MADE Fashion Week SS15

And it continues! Wantering spotted Public School designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow backstage perfecting both their mens and womenswear collection for Spring/Summer 2015. 

For a full photo gallery and recap head over to Milk Studios!  

Posted on Monday, September 15th 2014

Reblogged from Milk Made  Source wantering-blog

smarterplanet:

Your Company’s Purpose Is Not Its Vision, Mission, or Values - Graham Kenny - Harvard Business Review

We hear more and more that organizations must have a compelling “purpose” — but what does that mean? Aren’t there already a host of labels out there that describe organizational direction? Do we need yet another?

I think we do, and I’ve pulled together a typology of sorts to help distinguish all these terms from one another.

A vision statement says what the organization wishes to be like in some years’ time. It’s usually drawn up by senior management, in an effort to take the thinking beyond day-to-day activity in a clear, memorable way. For instance, the Swedish company Ericsson (a global provider of communications equipment, software, and services) defines its vision as being “the prime driver in an all-communicating world.”

There’s also the mission, which describes what business the organization is in (and what it isn’t) both now and projecting into the future. Its aim is to provide focus for management and staff. A consulting firm might define its mission by the type of work it does, the clients it caters to, and the level of service it provides. For example: “We’re in the business of providing high-standard assistance on performance assessment to middle to senior managers in medium-to-large firms in the finance industry.”

smarterplanet:

Your Company’s Purpose Is Not Its Vision, Mission, or Values - Graham Kenny - Harvard Business Review

We hear more and more that organizations must have a compelling “purpose” — but what does that mean? Aren’t there already a host of labels out there that describe organizational direction? Do we need yet another?

I think we do, and I’ve pulled together a typology of sorts to help distinguish all these terms from one another.

A vision statement says what the organization wishes to be like in some years’ time. It’s usually drawn up by senior management, in an effort to take the thinking beyond day-to-day activity in a clear, memorable way. For instance, the Swedish company Ericsson (a global provider of communications equipment, software, and services) defines its vision as being “the prime driver in an all-communicating world.”

There’s also the mission, which describes what business the organization is in (and what it isn’t) both now and projecting into the future. Its aim is to provide focus for management and staff. A consulting firm might define its mission by the type of work it does, the clients it caters to, and the level of service it provides. For example: “We’re in the business of providing high-standard assistance on performance assessment to middle to senior managers in medium-to-large firms in the finance industry.”

Posted on Friday, September 12th 2014

Reblogged from A Smarter Planet