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When You’re Focused on Upstream, What do You Measure?

Laura Patterson — February 28, 2020 In several recent conversations about Marketing accountability, a question consistently surfaced about which metrics demonstrate Marketing’s value regarding strategy and upstream marketing? It’s a great question. We have some thoughts on metrics and what to measure, but before we launch into these, let’s be sure we’re on the same … Continue reading When You’re Focused on Upstream, What do You Measure?

How to Catch Up on Retirement When You’re Self-Employed

Choncé Maddox — February 20, 2020 Having enough money saved for retirement is a crucial concern for many Americans. With more people becoming self-employed, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to invest enough money for retirement. However, there are ways to catch up on retirement savings. Having enough money for retirement is a big deal. When you … Continue reading How to Catch Up on Retirement When You’re Self-Employed

If You Don’t Have LinkedIn Proximity, You’re Missing Out

Colleen McKenna — February 10, 2020 I listened closely the other day to a presentation on proximity. While it was related to a different topic, I saw the immediate connection to the value of proximity on LinkedIn and social networks. Proximity is defined as nearness in space, time, or relationship. We talk about 1st, 2nd, … Continue reading If You Don’t Have LinkedIn Proximity, You’re Missing Out

3 Fresh Approaches to the Conflict You’re Tired of at Work

Liz Kislik — January 22, 2020 On his Mesmerizing Leaders podcast, the enthusiastic, energizing Tim Shurr asked me for “the real golden nuggets that you’ve learned about us humans in conflict.” I told him that we most often think conflict is about the people we’re fighting with, but it doesn’t have to be that way. … Continue reading 3 Fresh Approaches to the Conflict You’re Tired of at Work

How Do You Know You’re Not Involving Stakeholders?

Barry Overeem — January 17, 2020 This post is an excerpt from the book that we, the authors, are writing, the ‘Zombie Scrum Survival Guide’. It’s our way of delivering small increments and involving our stakeholders: you, the reader. So we’d love to hear your feedback, encouragements and wild ideas. The Scrum Framework urges teams … Continue reading How Do You Know You’re Not Involving Stakeholders?