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Sticky The CEO Club of Greater Boston
On August 29, 2019 | 0 Comments |

Why CEOs Need a “Watering Hole” CEOs are a lonely bunch, often uncertain where to turn for advice, feedback, peer support or knowledgeable coaching. But CEOs lucky enough to come across a gathering place with other CEOs, in effect a “watering hole,” will be able to also locate both answers and emotional relief to keep […]

Why Your Organization’s Relevance Matters
On June 10, 2021 | 0 Comments |

By David Coffaro, Principal of the Strategic Advisory Consulting GroupAccepted for publication by the Society of Actuaries’ Innovators and Entrepreneurs Twenty years from now, some of the most recognized companies in the world today will not exist as many current household name brands become footnotes in history. To corroborate this statement, consider businesses that have […]

Why Organizational Relevance Matters When Managing Human Resources
On April 29, 2021 | 0 Comments |

By David Coffaro, Principal of the Strategic Advisory Consulting Group Originally published by In business, competition for the highest value resources – human, physical, economic, non-economic – is constant and a given. Less clear is what leaders can do to differentiate their organizations, and to gain and sustain competitive advantages. This is where the […]

Simplifying Plan Elections Can Save Both Employers and Employees Money
On January 27, 2021 | 0 Comments |

By Andrew Mackenzie, FSA, CERA, MAAA, Senior Actuarial Consultant at Santa Barbara ActuariesA version of this article has been published by Employee Benefit Plan Review Magazine Many employers provide their employees with multiple health insurance plan options. This is done to be competitive and to offer value to employees. The rationale for choice is that individuals […]

Workflow Breakdowns in Larger Firms: Why They Happen, What to Do About Them
On January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments |

By Shahid Chowdhary, Founder and Director, Siliconchips Services Accepted for publication in Society of Actuaries’ Entrepreneurial Section Efficiency in business comes down to reaching goals with the highest degree of quality and speed possible. When workflow breaks down and this efficiency fails, it’s worth questioning why it happened and how to prevent it in the […]

Pros and Cons of Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) Why a “Virtual PEO” May be the Better Option
On November 6, 2020 | 0 Comments |

By Matt Hollister, CEO, and Jim Edholm, Partner & Founder, Business Benefits Published in Employee Benefit Plan Review             Is a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) an appropriate option for your firm?  For decades, such organizations have offered a co-employment model for employers.  It incorporates employer-members into one mammoth organization, and one which treats their employees […]

Far Worse than Partisan Divide: Time Now to Be Active Patriots
On October 7, 2020 | 0 Comments |

By Steven Borne Published in Op-Ed News Hyper partisanship, national polarization, party politics bleeding into areas it does not belong, and a dysfunctional Congress are no longer the biggest threats to our democracy. The cult-like, self-identification of Trumpism is beyond political division and is pulling our nation into fascism.  To put our democracy back on […]

Announcing Our Partnership with Siliconchips Services
On July 1, 2020 | 0 Comments |

About Siliconchips Services Founded in 2010, we are an innovative company offering complete end-to-end publishing services and software solutions to leading brands in the UK, Europe and The USA. Our aim is to consistently be the best in what we do, which is why we are continually finding new ways to improve the services we […]

Ken’s Speaking Topics 2020
On February 14, 2020 | 0 Comments |

The below topics are based on two of Ken’s eight books: The Expert’s Edge: Become the Go-To Authority People Turn to Every Time (McGraw-Hill) The Speaker’s Edge: the Ultimate Go-To Guide for Landing Lots and Lost of Speaking Gig (Maven House Press) For more info, visit Ken’s Amazon page. Topics: (topic blurbs below) Thoughtleading: the […]

Consuming Government
On July 8, 2019 | 0 Comments |

Flywheels, Ideas, and Individual Actions to Better Manage the Government Services You Buy  By Steven BorneConsuming Government Publications For most Americans, their largest annual purchase is government services. Yet we are irresponsible consumers! If we chose to invest comparable time and effort, we could reap better value at less cost year after year. Furthermore, the […]