Do you know someone who is well liked and respected, responds thoughtfully in times of controversy, and connects with others on a different level? I imagine the answer is yes. I also imagine that you have asked what makes them different. [...]
When people think about estate and asset planning what usually comes to mind are things like real estate, investments, and other tangible property. While most of us may not have significant intangible property in the form of patents and [...]
This article is a continuation of the article - "What do you Know about the Supply Chain". The focus here is on procurement.
FACETS OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN (SC):
These are the facets:
- Planning & Inventory M [...]
High EQ has been positively correlated with things like leadership, job performance, and job satisfaction as well as physical and emotional well-being. So, it is no surprise emotional intelligence, often referred to as EQ (Emotional Quot [...]
What do I need to keep in mind as we struggle to re-open, revamp for hybrid work and the technology available while also complying with COVID guidelines while keeping employees engaged?
The world is certainly more complex than an [...]
Whether you were a teammate or a team lead who has been promoted to a supervisor or manager (aka: the boss), you will have to face your coworker buddies who now report to you. To put it bluntly, yes this is awkward! Plan to address the a [...]
Business expenditures generally may be recovered through a deduction against income at some point in time. The critical issue is “when.” If an expenditure must be capitalized, its deduction is delayed; the cost is recovered either over [...]
I will never forget the first time I stumbled upon the Greek Philosopher Heraclitus and his famous notion that “there is nothing permanent except for change.” I was a freshman in college and while I recognized the wisdom of the wor [...]
Business organizations and teams exist to perform jobs, that are too large, too complex, or too fast-changing for any one individual to do on their own. So why do so many people and teams still try to do everything themselves? And what i [...]
I remember vividly “playing” with my mother’s manual typewriter. It was yellow, with a cool cover that attached to the body. I can still hear the sound the keys made when they struck the ribbon and feel the “click” and “zing” of the re [...]