Posts Tagged: Strategy

  • The business benefit of career development programs

    The business benefit of career development programs

    CEOs in small to mid-size organizations often think formal career development programs belong to the culture of large, complex companies. But having an established career development program is important even for smaller businesses. When an organization has matured, career development programs are often put in place to create the next wave of leaders. This is

  • How to check your digital footprint

    How to check your digital footprint Webinar-on-Demand

    Watch the webinar “Market Smarter with Next-Generation Competitive Analysis.” Does your business have a mobile-friendly website—one that’s easy to read on a smartphone and doesn’t force visitors to hunt for your address when they’re pulled over on the shoulder of a busy road searching for your building? If the answer is “no,” you’re missing out

  • The path to agile innovation

    The path to agile innovation

    Innovation, most would agree, is the secret of sustained success. But maintaining innovation for the long haul is hard. Just look at companies like Blackberry and Sony, who used to be among the most innovative companies on the planet and now aren’t. What caused these companies to fall? Their approach to innovation wasn’t agile enough.

  • Paul Downs on ‘Boss Life: Surviving My Own Small Business’

    Paul Downs on ‘Boss Life: Surviving My Own Small Business’

    Date: May 2016 Bank balance: $146,651.86 Cash relative to start of year “Net Cash”: $67,665 New contract value, YTD: $1,031,096 Paul Downs, author of “BossLife: Surviving My Own Small Business” (Blue Rider Press), begins every chapter with the monthly financial updates from his custom furniture business during the tumultuous year of 2012. It’s a literary

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