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Human Error in Cost Accounting: The Facts are These

Human Error in Cost Accounting: The Facts are These

Benjamin Franklin once famously said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. Chances are, we have all quoted this saying at some Read More

Are You Asking the Right Questions?

Are You Asking the Right Questions?

If you want to continually grow and produce more profit, which questions do you need to ask?

Do you ask sales questions – get sales Read More

What Family-Owned Businesses Can Learn from Scout and Atticus

What Family-Owned Businesses Can Learn from Scout and Atticus

You don’t read fiction you tell yourself. You’re just too busy. But you loved To Kill a Mockingbird when you studied it in high school, Read More

Bringing Your Brand Abroad: 4 Steps to Going Global

Bringing Your Brand Abroad: 4 Steps to Going Global

Eric Bershad started Phillip Jeffries, a wall coverings company, in the early 1970’s with less than $5,000 in his pocket and three cases of Japanese Read More

What The Millennial Audience Really Wants

What The Millennial Audience Really Wants

Millennials are a challenging generation. They are very diverse and very different. But if there is one demographic that needs to be understood really well Read More

The 7 Biggest Mistakes CEOs Make

The 7 Biggest Mistakes CEOs Make

We all make mistakes, but it is when the mistakes become habits that we lose our effectiveness as leaders.  When I interview CEOs and their Read More

What’s Your Mindset?

What’s Your Mindset?

Attribution theory is a popular psychological theory. It views each person as a “pseudo-scientist” who tries to explain his/her own behavior and those of others. Read More

Developing Connections in the Workplace

Developing Connections in the Workplace

According to social science research conducted by Brian Uzzi, professor of leadership and organizational change at the Kellogg School of Management, most people choose friends Read More

Leading and Learning

Leading and Learning

In September 2014, President Obama visited the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, where he also met with the doctors and nurses Read More

Hiring Millennials on Their Terms

Hiring Millennials on Their Terms

I recently found myself in a conversation indicative of the generational divide. I was shopping for bands for my new Apple Watch in the Apple Read More