Jennifer Scott │ February 15, 2021 Thousands of businesses fail every year in the United States. Meanwhile, the COVID pandemic is responsible for numerous business closings over the last year, but that is not all-inclusive. Although some organizations have failed during the pandemic, others have managed to stay afloat and even thrive. While there remains […]
Author: Project Idea Evolution
Jennifer Scott is an entrepreneur, business owner, writer, producer, fashion lover, and life-long learner. She created Project Idea Evolution as a requirement for a masters degree program but has kept the site alive to continue sharing her work and her love of everything entrepreneurship and communication with others.
Can You Buy Fame?
Jennifer Scott │ February 4, 2021 The new HBO documentary, Fake Famous, which appeared for the first time on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, raises a lot of concern as to the legitimacy of today’s social media influencers. According to writer/director, Nick Bilton, many influencers have been able to fake fame by buying fake followers and […]
Who knew that could be such a controversial question? As lawmakers decided whether it should happen, the topic is getting hotter and hotter. So hot, in fact, tempers are flaring all over the United States. Those who oppose the amount of the increase have what they believe to be legitimate reasons to give a minimal […]
Jennifer Scott │ November 18, 2020 The current COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we are shopping these days. With the holiday shopping season upon us, social distancing is still very much a real concern. Online shopping platforms have made it much easier for consumers to buy gifts without risking their health in the process. […]
Jennifer Scott │ November 13, 2020 From moms who want more to boss babes who want to build an empire, the number of female entrepreneurs is growing by leaps and bounds every year. Entrepreneurship can be as rewarding as it is challenging. Sometimes, those who are just starting out need some extra motivation to take […]
Jennifer Scott │ November 4, 2020 People often confuse the terms “right-to-work” and “at-will.” While they can exist simultaneously, the expressions do have different meanings. Right-to-work laws were established to determine whether employees are required to join unions or other employment organizations. In contrast, at-will employment gives an employer the right to terminate an employee […]
The Group Communication Dynamic
By: Jennifer Scott │ October 3, 2020 In the 2001 remake of the film “Ocean’s Eleven,” the group dynamic is intriguingly complex. When Daniel Ocean sets out to seek revenge on Terry Benedict, the man he feels stole his ex-wife from him, he puts together a group of criminal geniuses to help him carry out […]
Written by: Jennifer Scott Anyone who knows me knows I love discussing the topic of communication. In fact, I have a Bachelor of Science degree in, you guessed it, communication. I am fascinated with the many forms of communication which we have access to today. There have been many advancements in the field over the […]
Written by: Jennifer Scott According to the East Carolina University website, leadership is “a relational process of inspiring, empowering, and influencing positive change” (“Office of the Leadership Collaborative,” 2016). Essentially, what this means is, how well we relate to others determines how successful we will be when assuming leadership roles in the classroom and out […]
Jennifer R. Scott │ July 20, 2020 Are you satisfied with your current job situation? Does your employer provide you with opportunities for growth? Does your employer advocate for strong working relationships? Do you feel a sense of accomplishment in your current role? Do you feel safe at work? Do you receive adequate support when […]