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Tips for Strategic-Thinking in Finance: Your Staff, Individuals

Many companies want accountants and finance professionals who are strategic thinkers. But that’s not happening at most companies. Here are tips for managers and employees.






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Featured #2

Best Practices to Buy Cyber Insurance for Business Security

Cyber attacks are certainly well-documented. Security has become problematic in all sectors – business, nonprofits, government, politics and individuals. The aggregate financial losses are so staggering, 69 percent of consumers worry about security at major companies, according... [Read more...]

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For Strong Profits, 5 Tips to Develop Employees as Leaders

Strong leaders will help your business grow and enjoy excellent profits. That’s because, as role models, they’re instrumental in helping you develop a performance culture. To enhance your business with a high-performance culture, it’s important to implement best practices... [Read more...]

Featured #4

HR Retention: Keys to Profit from Cross-Generational Teams

Today’s cross-generational workplaces present a quandary for employee retention. Companies suffer losses in profits, of course, when they’re not able to retain employees. Some forms of dissatisfaction are reasons why employees quit. The reasons could be one of many. It... [Read more...]

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Downward Revision of GDP Should Set off Alarm Bells

Aug. 27, 2016 – To gauge the health of America’s economy, the gross domestic product (GDP) is, of course, an important indicator. In essence, GDP represents the size of the economy. It’s the total value of all goods and services. Remember our disappointment from the... [Read more...]

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Evaluate, Negotiate and Implement the Most Affordable CRM

The whole idea in buying customer relationship management software is to make lots of money, right? Like all technology, CRM keeps going down in price. That’s great for your bottom-line and because it’s become indispensible for relationship-building with prospects and... [Read more...]

Planning

To Win in Business Development, Train Like a Track Star

Business development requires working hard and working smart to create opportunities for growth. But true business development is not all about just making some quick cash. Here’s how to win with business development.











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Marketing / Sales

Evaluate, Negotiate and Implement the Most Affordable CRM

There’s a lot to consider in order for a great return on your CRM investment. Here are four due-diligence tips.











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Wall Street

Want to Take Your Company Public? Here are 5 IPO Tips

Companies enter the IPO market for a myriad of obvious reasons – as an entrée to capital markets, for higher status and visibility, or to attract talented employees. In a lot of ways, credibility is king – here are five steps.











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Operations

Rules to Successfully Bring Your Kids into the Family Business

Naturally, in bringing your kids into your family business, the key to long-term success is to do it the smart way. Here’s how.











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Finance

Tips for Strategic-Thinking in Finance: Your Staff, Individuals

Many companies want accountants and finance professionals who are strategic thinkers. But that’s not happening at most companies. Here are tips for managers and employees.











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Human Resources

Tips for Strategic-Thinking in Finance: Your Staff, Individuals

Many companies want accountants and finance professionals who are strategic thinkers. But that’s not happening at most companies. Here are tips for managers and employees.











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Tech

Best Practices to Buy Cyber Insurance for Business Security

Security has become problematic in all sectors – business, nonprofits, government, politics and individuals. The aggregate financial losses are so staggering, cyber insurance is a necessity.











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Public Policy

Downward Revision of GDP Should Set off Alarm Bells

To gauge the health of America’s economy, the gross domestic product (GDP) is, of course, an important indicator. It’s been revised downward — again. What this means …











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Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell provides high-performance management services and strategies.