Interim management is an opportunity. These days there may be no such thing as “business as usual.” People no longer work for one company for decades and then retire with a pension. Most will work an average of 10 jobs before the age of 40, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics, and that number is
Identifying content spokespeople outside of executive management can improve the product and alleviate C-suite stress. Often people think they’re the only ones who can do their job or, at the very least, that they’re the ones who have been doing it and know it best. And some C-suite executives forget the people working around them
When it comes to leading during difficult times in the supply chain, planning is critical. So is flexibility. Winter storm Jonas is estimated to have cost $1 billion USD, although some believe the cost could go as high as $3 billion USD, as it paralyzed a large swath of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Some 30
Some believe that the collaborative economy is the biggest game-changer in the business sector since the Internet. You might ask, exactly what is a collaborative economy? Researchers Alexandra Samuel and Jeremiah Owyang define the term in their informative, 28-page report, The New Rules of the Collaborative Economy, as “an economic movement where common technologies enable
The popularity of TED Talks seems to have increased recently. A decade ago the lecture series, focused on technology, education, and design, wasn’t a household name. Today, the number of views totals well over 1 billion. Here are 5 TED Talks for the supply chain industry: What Happens Inside Those Massive Warehouses by Mick Mountz
The personal touch is becoming more and more important. People in banks, on college campuses, consumers – they don’t want to be a number or part of a massive, general group. They want to be individuals, who are treated with care. More than ever consumers want a personalized approach from companies. The individual consumer Marketing
The average American makes about 70 decisions per day, according to choice expert, Dr. Sheena Iyengar. There are choices to be made on a daily basis, from small ones (what should I have for breakfast?) to much larger ones (how much should I invest in my retirement?). For some, even small choices can seem overwhelming.