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“Successfully scaling a business is all about doing the fundamentals and having the stamina to see it through”.

A proven record of accomplishment for getting results

J. Michael Dennis

Achieving guaranteed desired results is the name of my game

About me,

As an Ottawa University graduate, J. Michael Dennis specialized in Commercial and Business Law, concentrating on institutional regulatory compliance, corporate and public officer’s liability issues, collective agreements negotiations, corporate fiscal legislations and their impact on the business decision-making process.

Over the years, after the Union Carbide Bhopal disaster of December 1984, J. Michael Dennis specialized in public affairs and corporate communications, offering consulting services in the areas of personal, business and organizational planning, change and knowledge management, operational issues and conflicts resolution.

Today, focusing on trends and developments that are likely to have a major impact on the way we will live in the years ahead, as a Public Affairs & Communications Strategist, J. Michael Dennis concentrates on analyzing and providing to the public, valuable information and insight about all possible future developments in trends, technologies, lifestyles and global issues that will affect our tomorrow way of life.

Fluent in both English and French, with strong communication and people skills, with over 10 years progressive senior management experience in regulatory compliance, change and knowledge management, with responsibilities for leadership and direction, strategic business planning, fiscal accountability / sustainability and human resource management in the private, corporate and public sector, both in unionized and non-unionized environments, J. Michael Dennis can certainly assist you in providing systemic strategic direction in each and every aspect of your operations.

Having highly developed analytical and business planning skills, with a proven track record, designing and offering most innovative and creative frameworks for implementation steps toward achieving guaranteed desired results is the name of my game.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l, ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

 

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Michel is a former attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Cambridge Analytica Crisis: A Lesson in Privacy and Integrity

 

Long-running issues with privacy and integrity came to a head in Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica crisis.

In the social media world, the pace of change has always been brisk. But 2018 marked a true inflection point. Long-running issues with privacy and integrity came to a head in Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica crisis: “Users began to question the value networks provide and seek more meaningful ways to engage.”

Against this backdrop, intimate new social media formats have risen for connecting and sharing content. A radically new social paradigm is emerging: “Consumers want to be treated like individuals, not demographics.”

Consumers are now demanding more value in exchange for their time and information.

JMD

J. Michael Dennis is a former attorney, a Trial Consultant, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Cambridge Analytica Crisis: A Lesson in Privacy and Integrity

Long-running issues with privacy and integrity came to a head in Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica crisis.

In the social media world, the pace of change has always been brisk. But 2018 marked a true inflection point.

Long-running issues with privacy and integrity came to a head in Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica crisis: “Users began to question the value networks provide and seek more meaningful ways to engage.”

Against this backdrop, intimate new social media formats have risen for connecting and sharing content.

A radically new social paradigm is emerging: “Consumers want to be treated like individuals, not demographics.”

Consumers are now demanding more value in exchange for their time and information.

JMD

J. Michael Dennis is a former attorney, a Trial Consultant, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

How to maximize your profits

 

Hiring a Virtual Assistant  

Working with a team is great, but it is not without its challenges: The bigger the team, the harder it is to maintain focus and make sure everyone is pulling his or her weight, to make sure everyone is pulling in the same direction.

A better way, less expensive and less time-consuming way to do it is to hire a Virtual Corporate Services Agency and Corporate Virtual Assistant.

Discussing with you about your actual needs will makes this possible while giving you a greater sense of where your business stands.

Making sure your price is right

If you are offering a fixed-fee service, it is of prime importance to know for a fact that you are making a profit and not losing money.

I can help you take care of the math.

I can help you finding where your biggest earnings and losses are so you can have a better idea about where to make some adjustments to ensure you are on the right path going forward.

Delegating all your tedious tasks

Your time is money. Taking care of all the tedious, repetitive administrative and clerical tasks is depriving you of your time thus preventing you of growing your business in an efficient way.

You can delegate us all your tedious tasks: for instance, you can delegate us all of your scheduling, all of your time keeping activities, all your branding and emailing, all of your branding, marketing and blogging activities and so on. You can even set up a minimum or maximum hours that need to be logged every day, every week or every month.

Check out these and many more awesome features here.

If you do not already have an account with me, head over to theBook Our Services Online” to view our Free Introduction Offer.

JMD

Owner of Bunkumless.com and King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation, JMD, a former attorney, is a Columnist for The Futurist Daily News and editor of the Social and Political Blog JMDlive.com  Follow JMD @ jmdlive

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Climatic Change or Mankind Inanity

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What is wrong with you people; can’t you read the signs? 
The final countdown | by: Michel Ouellette JMD

Climate change and poor planning are worsening the toll in lives and money that natural disasters wreak worldwide.

Natural disasters and climatic changes around the world are claiming more and more lives and costing billions of dollars in damage; not because their intrinsic nature, but only because of our poor judgment and planning.

Natural disasters, cataclysmic events and poor weather always have been and always will be. When there were only a few thousand or million people on earth, there were no highways, no high-rises, no infrastructures, no power plants, very few to kill and almost nothing to destroy. There were no medias.

Today, according to the United Nations experts, the direct economic cost of all disasters that happened since 2000 is estimated to roughly $1.4 trillion; the total price tag on people’s livelihoods and the wider economy having never fully been counted. Japan’s earthquake and tsunami of 2011 was probably the most costly natural disaster in history. Superstorm Sandy cost the United States more than $50 billion. , Following the unprecedented Russian summer of 2010 when heat waves claimed 55,000 lives, record wildfires burned through millions of acres of forest. The same thing happened both in The United States and Australia.

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reported last year that droughts and heat waves are growing harsher and longer in many regions, causing deaths, fires and crop failure. When rain does come, it is often more intense, causing flooding and landslides. Meanwhile, rising sea levels increase the height and damage potential of storm surges in coastal areas.

If we can predict and forecast all of this, why don’t we act accordingly?

In 2005, the Hyogo Framework for Action was adopted to encourage countries to become more resilient in the face of natural disasters. But the Global Assessment Report reveals that efforts have had limited success so far. 121 countries have passed legislation for reducing disaster risks since 2005, and more than half of the governments have made substantial progress in assessing and monitoring the risks their people face. But this has had no discernible effect on disaster losses, which continue to stack up around the world.

Don’t blame any God, blame yourself

So far, each step towards a global framework for addressing disasters has been framed by massive natural events. The Hyogo Framework was established in Kobe, Japan, as bodies were still being recovered from the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004. The recent disasters casting shadows on this year’s event brought greater attention to the likelihood that climate change is worsening the intensity of weather events. Other than climate change, reckless urban development, the exploitation of groundwater, and deforestation are increasing the likelihood of disasters large and small, and weaken the resilience of communities to withstand them. The Global Assessment Report highlighted that many people suffering the worst effects of climate disasters are not the ones contributing to them.

Dumber and Dumber

Keep on building and living in the path of volcanoes, tsunamis and super storms. Yes, this view on the ocean, on the lake, on the river, on the mountain is beautiful. What the heck, I have insurances.

To be continued…

JMD

jmdlive@lefuturistedailynews.com

Michel Ouellette JMD is a talented keynote and motivational speaker, public affairs & communications Strategist. For more about “Making It” in the years to come and coming soon: “Standing Out” by JMD.
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