People Succession: Lessons from Forward Thinking Executives in Middle-Market Companies
By Carol P. Bergeron
Business Is a Large Target: A Business Owner/CEO’s Complete Guide to Maximizing Results (and Profits) from HR and Employee Benefits
By Jim Edholm
Is it time to find out if you indeed are thoughtleader material? Maybe you’re a thoughtleader already and don’t know it. Or maybe you do know it, or suspect it, but could use some validation. Finally, do you secretly fear that perhaps you’re not up to the task?
There are 917 million Apple shares owned by individuals, institutions and mutual funds. Chances are good that you own a few shares yourself. If so, you might be hoping that the stewards of the company declare and pay out a juicier dividend. I understand your sentiment but I suggest you reconsider your desire to drink from a cup that truly runneth over with cash–roughly $137 billion, or $146 per share.
Just as a rolling stone gathers no moss, a strategic plan that’s actually used will gather no dust. Too often, companies devote time and energy to developing strategic plans, only to never look at them again once they have been printed out. This article explains the critical importance of actually using and implementing your company’s strategic plan, and offers practical tips for avoiding the most common traps that keep a strategic plan sitting, ignored, on a shelf.
I left Fenway Park this past Monday at 2 PM following a Red Sox bottom-of-the-ninth victory over Tampa Bay and immediately encountered thousands upon thousands of Boston Marathon runners plodding their way through Kenmore Square to the finish line.
Excerpted from Ken’s book The Expert’s Edge as a seven-part series. Is it time to find out if you indeed are thoughtleader material? Maybe you’re a thoughtleader already and don’t know it. Or maybe you do know it, or suspect it, but could use some validation. Finally, do you secretly fear that perhaps you’re not […]
Published in Rhode Island Small Business Journal as part of Chris Poe’s ongoing Mega Trends Series By Chris Poe, Chief Technology Officer at Atrion Social, Visual, Mobile, and Virtual: I refer to these as Mega Trends because they are (1) happening on a grand scale, (2) affecting business owners and executives whether they choose to […]
Thoughts for Tuesday
By Suzanne Bates
By André A. de Waal
Published in Rhode Island Small Business Journal
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