Liz Kislik January 8, 2021 If you’re like most leaders I know — or at least the ones I like and respect — you’re always looking out for what could be better and thinking about how to boost performance, strengthen organizational culture, and enhance the lives of stakeholders. But at the beginning of a … Continue reading How to Face the Unknown of a New Year
David Parks January 8, 2021 In one of my earlier blogs, I discussed how you should make the case for modern contract management. Hopefully, those arguments were so compelling that you now have the budget and staff you need to take over the world. If that seems slightly out of reach, I hope you at … Continue reading Kick the Year Off Right by Identifying, Assessing and Mitigating Risk in Your Contracts
Brian Basilico December 29, 2020 I hope your 2020 worked out okay. Some of us had a bad year, while some of us had a good year, business-wise. It’s just about over and we’re about to start 2021. It’s that time of year to say – out with the old and in with the new! … Continue reading Happy New Year – 5 Things You Can Get Ready and Organized
Five facts to bear in mind as we prepare for the New Year. Ryan Phelan on December 22, 2020 Here we are, at the end of December, and you know what I’m not seeing? A lot of predictions for 2021. Now, this isn’t surprising. In 2020, anything I predicted, or anything anybody else predicted, surely … Continue reading 2020 – The year we unlearned everything we learned
Brian Basilico December 17, 2020 Photo by Alexis Fauvet on Unsplash I’m not sure if you’re into streaming TV or not but if you haven’t seen “The Queen’s Gambit” on Netflix, I highly recommend it. It’s an awesome mini-series about this little girl who goes from being an orphan to the queen of the chess … Continue reading The 5 Habits You Need to Adapt For a Successful New Year
Erika Dickstein December 4, 2020 There is nothing particularly new and innovative about webinars. Surely you have been going to webinars for years. But, this does seem to be the Year of the Webinar. The reason is obvious: being stuck at home doesn’t obviate our need to learn. Webinars let us take in new skills … Continue reading 2020, The Year of the Webinar
Shashin Shah December 4, 2020 If predictions around Christmas and New Year spending trends hold good, 2020 would end on a high note despite the pandemic. However, with an exodus of shoppers from in-store to digital eCommerce, traditional brick-and-mortar retailers who were earlier toying with technologies such as virtual assistants, augmented reality (AR), and virtual … Continue reading Is Your Digital Commerce Strategy Ready for Xmas and New Year Shopping Rush?
Amy Copperman November 20, 2020 As a small business owner, there’s a lot to celebrate this holiday season. You’ve beaten the odds during a pandemic, an election year, and a myriad of other changes and challenges. Perhaps you’ve pivoted your operating model, explored new ways of reaching customers online, or created whole new offerings to … Continue reading 3 Ways Small Businesses Can Win the Holidays This Year
Dale Keipert November 20, 2020 We hear this all the time; this is the new norm. This year has indeed been a year of change, and some of these changes will stay with us while some won’t, hopefully. But what does all of this talk about change really mean for your company and your marketing … Continue reading 2020…A Year of Changes But What, Exactly, Does That Mean?
Stefan Palios November 12, 2020 When Black Friday became entrenched in retail tradition, a few innovative nonprofits developed the idea of Giving Tuesday. Instead of door crasher deals or online shopping, charities asked people to make donations on the Tuesday after American Thanksgiving. This tradition continues today, but like all things it will be a … Continue reading Small Businesses Could Win Giving Tuesday This Year, According to a New Survey