How You Address Conflict is Key to Resolution
Conflict in a family business needs to be addressed and managed before it is allowed to dominate poor governance and ultimately destroy the business. Using the conflict paradigm puts you on the road to resolution.
Wellness Makes Good Business, National Best and Brightest Winners Show
The National Best and Brightest in Wellness awards celebrates wellness in all its forms. Sponsored by the National Association for Business Resources, the national 2015 awards recognize nearly four dozen winners from all regions of the country.
The No. 1 Way to Get More Profit Out of Your Salespeople This Year
The number one measure of a saleperson’s effectiveness (or a sales force’s effectiveness) is year-over-year profit dollar gain. This is the result you should be seeking for your team and business.
‘Woman at the Wheel’ Candler Left Trailblazing Legacy
If you’ve read about cars for any length of time, chances are you've read an article in a magazine or newspaper penned by Julie Candler. In Corp! magazine and other publications in the Detroit area and nationally, her stories covered the many facets of the auto industry. Candler was the first woman to write an auto column for a major woman’s magazine; her “Woman at the Wheel” column ran for 18 years in Woman’s Day.
Will Market Hacking Help Your Business?
The entrepreneurial spirit of the startup culture abounds. However, not all businesses are celebrating. Some established companies feel left behind, with new companies taking market share and, sometimes, making their product or service obsolete. Fortunately, it's not too late for these companies to take action.
Pure or Impure Michigan?
Score another victory for those businesses wanting to locate in Michigan, but now won’t consider it. The reason this time is not labor, a perceived shortage of skilled workers or the climate. This time it’s the water. Yes, Flint’s crisis of tainted water would turn businesses away from locating here. This is how we move it forward.