Dave Brock — October 3, 2019 Follow @davidabrock Forecasting is important to our business, we spend a lot of time (often too much) on forecasts. But too often, we get forecasting wrong. Some observations: We strive for forecast accuracy, but we will never be perfectly accurate. Even the dictionary calls it a prediction or an … Continue reading What About the Forecast?
Amanda Clark — October 2, 2019 Follow @GrammarChicInc There are a lot of people who are great writers, but that doesn’t mean they’re great at writing resumes. Everyone has their own strengths, and it’s important to know when to do something on your own and when to leave it in the hands of someone with … Continue reading Why You Should Think Twice About Writing Your Own Resume
Brian Wallace — September 29, 2019 Follow @nowsourcing Millennials have come of age, and now make up a full third of the workforce. While Instagram FOMO might still have you wondering how they lead such posh lives, but don’t be fooled. The reality is, being a millennial is no cakewalk. The fact is, 62 percent … Continue reading Don’t Be Fooled. Millennials Are Not the Irresponsible Upstarts You’ve Read About
In today’s Soapbox, we must understand where our insights come from because we really don’t want to be making major decisions based on faulty data. Amos Budde on September 25, 2019 Think about the last statistic someone threw at you, whether that’s on the Captivate monitor in the elevator or the latest medical study you … Continue reading Soapbox: We need to be more skeptical about the insights we’re getting
If GDPR’s “manage cookies” forms has taught us anything, it’s that most consumers will simply click “OK.” Greg Sterling on September 23, 2019 The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) goes into effect on January 1, 2020, but it won’t be enforced until July. There has been much hand-wringing, anticipation and attempts to dilute the legislation … Continue reading CCPA will take effect in about three months but will consumers really care?
Riley Adams — September 19, 2019 — September 19, 2019 stevepb / Pixabay Tax reform is little more than a memory and yet the effects will last for years to come. Now, taxpayers must understand the changes and plan their financial lives, whether personal or professional, accordingly. Businesses will follow suit as well. Many benefited … Continue reading What Tax Reform Changed About Accelerated Depreciation Rules
Jody Glidden — September 19, 2019 — September 19, 2019 A referral is the kick start to the buying process for a staggering 84 percent of all buyers. That means client satisfaction should be a top priority if you want to grow top-line revenue. Not only do happy clients make glowing recommendations; they also stick … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know about Relationship Intelligence Automation
Diana Ford — September 11, 2019 — September 11, 2019 You are either a newbie or the luckiest person in SEO if you have never heard of a ranking drop. Most of us know those bad goosebumps we get when we open our rank tracking tool one morning and see that rankings dropped by 20+ … Continue reading Why Keyword Rankings Drop and What to Do About It
Karen Repoli — September 11, 2019 Follow @karenrepoli — September 11, 2019 During WW1 Henry Ford sued a Chicago newspaper for libeling him when they called him “an ignorant pacifist.” At the ensuing trial, the defense lawyers grilled with Mr. Ford with a line of questioning regarding general knowledge in an effort to prove to … Continue reading What You Can Learn About Building a Dream Team From Henry Ford
Jeanne Hardy — September 10, 2019 Follow @creativebizinc — September 10, 2019 The age-old debate over whether leaders are born or made often paints a black and white picture of what it means to be a leader—either you are one, or you’re not. As with most things in life, what makes a leader has many … Continue reading Strategic Leadership: What Your “Action Logic” Says About Your Leadership Style