For the CEO
by David Scarola Even at companies with great products and technologies, employees are invaluable. After all, someone needs to develop those new innovations and maintain your technology.
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Last week, I attended Austin Business Journal’s CEO awards event with Ed Trevis, CEO of Corvalent. The city’s vibrant entrepreneurial scene wouldn’t exist without talented and dedicated CEOs, and an invited group had gathered to honor Austin’s best and brightest
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by David Scarola The Wall Street Journal's Future of Data: Encoded in DNA describes a project running at Harvard that is using DNA as a storage medium for digital information. The project team translated ... The 3 Distinct Advantages of Vistage
Leaders of mid-sized companies are pretty impressive people. As leaders, they bring insight, determination and courage to work every day. So where do the great CEOs of these companies go ... Building Loyal Customers: your business can Learn from this band
Customer loyalty. It's the Holy Grail of business, and there's all kinds of advice on how to build it. But despite our best efforts, few companies can claim to have ... To partner or not to partner, that is the question
Many small and midsized businesses venture into the world of partnering with other small and midsized firms and/or with larger companies rather than go it alone. They have found that ... Getting Naked with Patrick Lencioni
I've become a big fan of practical and powerful business books over the past 10 years. Perhaps...no definitely...my favorite author in this genre is Patrick Lencioni. I met with Pat, ... What to do when your sales are up but your profits aren’t?
Several times as a CMO, I have been called upon to solve a net profit, rather than a total revenue problem. Sales in these cases were not bad. Not where we ... Can your product be easily replaced?
Have You Heard of Wally Pipp? Pipp was the first baseman for the New York Yankees in 1925. Folklore has it that on June 2 he asked to sit out the ... I hate networking (but it works as a business growth strategy)
We have all been told, time and time again, that if we want to grow our business we need to network. It is an important part of the CEO's job. ...
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