Most Small Businesses Make You Vulnerable to Credit Card Fraud, ID Theft

Results from a Web security study show that almost all of the Web security administrators agreed that Web browsing is a serious malware risk to their companies. Despite the obvious awareness of the risks, only 56 percent of participants said they had implemented Web security protection and more than half of companies without Web security had Web sites compromised.

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Key Differences between Leaders and Managers

Inspiration from UCLA’s late legendary Coach John Wooden. How it’s possible for a mere care-taking manager to become a true leader to inspire their staffs and other stakeholders.

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Why Companies Fall into the Management Lawsuit Trap

Small and many big companies are ripe for EEOC complaints. The majority of lawsuits targeting management usually stem from a half dozen poor practices. You’ll get into trouble using these six bad practices.

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Profit Drivers – How and Why to Partner with Your Employees

If you want maximum profit, consider partnering with your employees. Here’s expert advice from leading financial consultant Roni Fischer.

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Beware: Small Businesses Lose Trillions to Worker Fraud

Small companies are fleeced by an aggregate in the trillions of dollars from employee fraud — suggesting the need for financial controls.

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Checklist: 14 Strategies to Rock on Google

Periodic changes in Google’s search criteria and algorithms have hurt many Web sites. But you can bullet-proof your site’s prominence on Google.

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15 Quick Tips for Profitability in the New Economy

A business should perform like a championship sports team. That means protecting your turf while aggressively pursuing new opportunities, and making full use of technology.

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Elevator Pitch: Best 11 Tips that Will Push Their Buttons

Whatever you’re selling — you have to be prepared to push their buttons — by quickly answering the basic marketing 101 “so what” question. That’s what all prospects subconsciously ask themselves.

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President Obama Never Listened to Steve Jobs on Economy

Toward the end of his life, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs – widely recognized as a genius – warned President Barack Obama about his public policies.

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Former Washington Auditor Who Championed Good Government, Wins National Honor

April 13, 2013  The man had a vision and now he’s being recognized for it. Former Washington State Auditor Brian Sonntag, who is in retirement this year after superb performances in five terms, has won a prestigious national honor. That would be induction into the “Heroes of the 50 States: The State Open Government Hall of […]

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