Why You Should Rethink Handling Procurement Internally
While outsourcing purchasing isn’t right for every business, it can lead to substantial savings if executed correctly. Take a hard look at your purchasing operations. Is it time to hire outside help?
Friction or Non-Friction? How to Handle Business Partner Disputes and Other Conflicts
When it comes to setting up business partnerships or handling business partner disputes, it is critically important to know how to move forward in a responsible manner–protecting both the health of your business and your own interests in the process.
Job Leaders: Mich. and U.S. Economies will Stay Flat
A report by the Business Leaders for Michigan says a majority of Michigan’s largest employers project that the Michigan and U.S. economies will remain flat in the next 6 to 18 months.
Be Bold in Business and Don’t Go it Alone
The economy has bounced back since the recession and it’s time to act bold and develop our businesses. The boost in the economy is an opportunity for leaders and companies that should be embraced.
It’s First Class All The Way for New Leaders Council Detroit
The inaugural class of New Leaders Council Detroit marked their completion of the organization's five-month leadership training institute with a 'Fellows Affair.'
Innovation 101: Create, Control, Compete, Collaborate
Innovation has made our country what it is today – and the need for it is greater than ever as we compete in a global economy. The problem: What is innovation and how do we do it. Professor Jeff DeGraff, who runs innovation labs in Atlanta and Ann Arbor and teaches at the Steven M. Ross Business School at the University of Michigan, offers a seminar for Corp! readers. The bell is about to ring..