Skyrocketing Cybercrime Calls for 8 Strategies to Manage 3rd Party Risks

The massive hack of Equifax affecting 143 million people and other frequent data breaches have become the norm. Equifax blames a third-party for the hack. Your business faces big risks for third-party data breaches, too. Here’s why and what you can do.

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Best Practices for Online Ads to Dominate Your Competition

You don’t have to be reminded about the dynamic new technologies that seemingly evolve all the time, and the clutter of competition in marketing and sales. But forecasting can be tricky, especially with the global demographic changes as young people come in the workplace. The first dynamic you can anticipate – constant change – both positive and negative.

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Management: How Office Sports Pools Risk Legal Snake Pits

Office sports pools can be fun and bring smiles to your company’s team members. However, such pools don’t always boost office morale. There are five ways they can also lead you into legal snake pits.

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10 Characteristics of a Successful CEO

This is a 10-part series on CEO leadership by Joey Tamer, www.JoeyTamer.com. She is a consultant to experienced consultants in all fields to maximize their practices. She has also been a strategic consultant to entrepreneurs in technology and digital media.

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Future of the Workplace: Robots Making Business ‘Smarter’

If there was ever a need for people to become expert in technology and learn senior-management skills, the time is now. Non-exempt, lower-level jobs are disappearing. New software “robots” in numerous industries are increasingly taking over and making business “smarter,” according to senior-level managers who responded to a survey.

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Your Mobile Site: 7 Precautions for a Top Google Ranking

With the skyrocketing sales of smartphones and tablets, comes a warning from Google. If you don’t have a mobile site, you should. And if you do, make sure it has what Google calls “mobile friendliness.” Here are seven precautions to take.

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Marketing Strategy That Best Defends Your Company Against Competition

What do I mean by the phrase, “A marketing strategy that best defends your company”? Protecting your assets with the right marketing strategy results in the shielding and enhancing of your brand, as well as protecting your customer base.

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Why Ted Cruz’s Presidential Candidacy Is a Disappointment

The first candidate for President in 2016 – Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz – won’t win. The Democratic candidates notwithstanding, Sen. Cruz is perhaps one of the least Republican favorites among voters for ethical and personality reasons.

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Diversity: Political Correctness or the Right Thing for Your Business?

Whenever you hire a new employee, you surely want a return on your investment of time, energy and money in your recruitment and hiring process. But in affirmative action plans you face obstacles — primarily, from your culture. Here’s what to do.

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Employees Will Help You in Strategic Planning If You Use 3 Tips

Have you developed your strategy? It’s important to proceed without engaging in self doubt. But you’re concerned about involving your employees? There are three closely related basics in working with your employees to get the job done.

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