Rick Goodman — December 7, 2018 Follow @DrRickGoodman — December 7, 2018 Tumisu / Pixabay As you strive to build a corporate culture of accountability, there’s one thing that can stand in your way—and that’s blame. You’ve probably seen it happen a hundred times or more, either within your own business or elsewhere: Something goes … Continue reading How to Stop the Blame Games
Paul Keijzer — March 2, 2018 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — March 2, 2018 Much like every company out there, yours too has different and often difficult obstacles to overcome and surpass. There can be a variety of obstacles companies face – from increasing sales, to enhancing brand awareness, marketing products and services, and even engaging employees. … Continue reading What Is Gamification and How It Can Save Your Company
Mike McMinn — February 15, 2018 Follow @MyHubIntranet — February 15, 2018 One thing, above all else, sets organizations apart over the long term. It’s not the business strategy, it’s not people, it’s not leadership, it’s an organization’s ability to consistently learn. We’re Living In A World Of Change The world is like two frogs, … Continue reading Develop A Winning Learning & Social Business Culture
Dave Brock — February 15, 2018 Follow @davidabrock — February 15, 2018 MemoryCatcher / Pixabay Every once in a while, someone asks me, “When is it right to challenge?” At first the question bothered me, my knee jerk reaction was, “We should be challenging our customers 100% of the time.” Then I realized may have … Continue reading To Challenge Or Not To Challenge
Paul Keijzer — February 1, 2018 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — February 1, 2018 Goumbik / Pixabay As a CEO there’s no doubt the entire company is your responsibility. You’re responsible for its success and failure and its growth and how it functions. And you have the responsibility and duty to be accountable for everything that goes … Continue reading How Your Authority as a CEO Could be Damaging for Your Team
Dave Brock — December 14, 2017 Follow @davidabrock — December 14, 2017 There’s the old saying, “Behind every great individual is a great [Insert spouse, partner, mom, dad, family, mentor]. Let’s update this for modern time, we could say, “Behind every C player, there’s a ……..” Hmmm, troubling, isn’t it? But be honest with yourselves. … Continue reading “Behind Every C Player, There’s A ……..”
Laura Patterson — November 29, 2017 Follow @LauraVEM — November 29, 2017 PublicDomainPictures / Pixabay In 1969, Jack Trout introduced the idea of market positioning in a paper published by Industrial Marketing Magazine. Later, along with colleague Al Reis, he popularized the concept with their bestselling book under the title, Positioning – The Battle for … Continue reading When Is It Time to Embark on Repositioning?
David Kiger — November 10, 2017 Follow @davidkiger — November 10, 2017 When it comes to pressure and challenges, CEOs often have a hefty load. Though some stresses are universal, executives may feel an additional burden to transcend every issue for the good of the company. Here’s a look at some challenges that CEOs may … Continue reading Under Pressure: CEOs Must Face Constant Hurdles
Tyler Kurbat — September 12, 2017 — September 12, 2017 I hate to admit it, but the idea of blogging is starting to sound antiquated. We live in an age of livestreaming, vlogging and scrolling at the speed of light. And blogging? Well, blogging has been around for quite some time. But as many things … Continue reading Marketing Essentials: What Is a Blog and How Should a Company Use One?
Jody Glidden — August 16, 2017 — August 16, 2017 Like every other accounting firm, yours is likely under growing pressure to transform the way it interacts with clients. From the use of client-facing and internal technology to positioning your firm through differentiation, the way we do business is changing. It doesn’t help that the … Continue reading 7 Ways Accounting Firms Can Thrive in a Changing Landscape