Data Engineer (Python), Dallas, Methods+Mastery (a FleishmanHillard Company)

Methods+Mastery Dallas is seeking a Data Engineer who is experienced with building robust, scalable data pipelines for internal and client-facing data science products. We’re looking for an ambitious team member who will improve existing pipelines and take a lead role in ensuring the team is using best practices for building data pipelines using cloud-based tools….

Social Media Analytics – Senior Account Executive, San Francisco (Methods+Mastery – A FleishmanHillard Company)

Position Overview and Responsibilities Methods+Mastery San Francisco is seeking a Senior Account Executive, Social Media Analytics to monitor and report on a variety of global social media campaigns, analyzing and synthesizing data to provide actionable insights and tactical recommendations for our clients. Methods+Mastery is a new specialty agency within the FleishmanHillard global network that brings together…

Social Media Analytics – Senior Account Executive, Los Angeles (Methods+Mastery – A FleishmanHillard Company)

Position Overview and Responsibilities Methods+Mastery Los Angeles is seeking a Senior Account Executive, Social Media Analytics to monitor and report on a variety of global social media campaigns, analyzing and synthesizing data to provide actionable insights and tactical recommendations for our clients. Methods+Mastery is a new specialty agency within the FleishmanHillard global network that brings together social,…

Junior Videographer, Dallas (Methods+Mastery, A FleishmanHillard Company)

Methods+Mastery, a FleishmanHillard company, has an immediate opening in their Dallas office for a talented junior video producer with an emphasis on social and digital. We’re looking for a candidate with a voracious appetite to learn, grow, work hard and have fun. If you are curious and inventive, are someone who is not afraid to…

Defining “Transformation”

As I said in my post yesterday, BusinessWeek innovation guru Bruce Nussbaum said in his blog, Nussbaum on Design, that innovation is dead and “‘Transformation’ (is) the Key Concept of 2009.” “‘Innovation’ implies changing what is,” he said on Jan. 3. “‘Transformation’ implies creating what’s new.” But what, exactly, is “transformation”? According to Nussbaum, transformation,…