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    Management Decisions - Exit Signs: Successfully Selling Your Business
by Pamela Dennis and Tim Muma - Jan, 2016
For the countless business owners working hard to build their company, there will eventually come a time to move on. That can be a physically, mentally and emotionally challenging process many aren't prepared to tackle. Pamela Dennis, author of "Exit Signs," offers Tim Muma her experienced insight to help organizational leaders effectively sell their businesses. Pamela sold her own company years ago, and for three decades she...
 
    Management Decisions - Zombies Ate My Business: Keep Your Business from the Undead
by Jamie Gerdsen and Tim Muma - Jan, 2016
Traditional businesses often face the tremendous challenge of remaining innovative, relevant and profitable, especially as leadership begins to leave or change. Jamie Gerdsen, CEO of Apollo Home, wrote "Zombies Ate My Business: How to Keep Your Traditional Business from Becoming One of the Undead" to help those companies struggling to develop and grow. He explains to Tim Muma what threatens the life of their businesses and how...
 
    Management Decisions - Innovation? How About a Day Care and Senior Care Center...Together
by Charlene Boyd and Tim Muma - Dec, 2015
Both ends of the life cycle can be challenging for everyone involved. With that in mind, one organization has been merging the two under one roof for decades with tremendous results. Charlene Boyd, administrator for Providence Mount St. Vincent, discusses the thinking behind their Intergenerational Learning Center (ILC) that connects young children with senior adults. Charlene describes to Tim Muma why it's such a positive exp...
 
    Management Decisions - Marketing for a Pro Sports Franchise: Milwaukee Brewers
by Caitlin Moyer and Tim Muma - Nov, 2015
If you love sports and have an interest in marketing, this could be the perfect career for you. Professional sports franchises are always looking to increase brand awareness, advertise effectively, and sell their "product," though some aspects are rather different than with traditional companies. Caitlin Moyer, director of new media for the Milwaukee Brewers, gives Tim Muma all the details behind strong marketing in sports. Sh...
 
  12 Ways Project Management is Evolving According to Gartner
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
“The basic building blocks for digital services and products … have become so evolved, inexpensive, and ubiquitous, that they can be easily combined and recombined.” — The Economist, January 2014 As the data age marches on, IT and business become even further intertwined. Where do project managers fit in the radically new IT ecosystem that will be a reality by 2020? On his recent Project Management in 2020 webinar, Gartner...
 
  How Companies Like Uber, Facebook, and Salesforce Engage in Team-Building (It's Not What You Think)
by Kathy Caprino - Feb, 2016
Part of the series “Creativity at Work” Before I owned my own coaching business, I was in the corporate arena as a director and VP, focused on marketing and product development. In every company I worked for, every once in a while, we’d be asked to engage in some form of “team-building” – from a few days away from the office in a place like Las Vegas (complete with dinners out, casinos and a Cirque Du Soleil performance), t...
 
  Top 4 Mediator Skills for HR Professionals
by Kenzi Bisbing - Jan, 2016
It is inevitable that HR professionals at one point in time will have to deal with workplace conflict. An easy way to combat that conflict is to mediate disputes with the parties involved in a neutral manner. Turns out, HR professionals can really learn a few things from mediators; skills that can even make them become better professionals. 1. Negotiation skills HR professionals can negotiate everything from contracts...
 
  4 Ways To Encourage Intrapreneurship
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2016
I’ve long been a fan of intrapreneurship, or the practice of entrepreneurial strategies within the context of, and leveraging the resources of, an established organization. I wanted to come up with some good intrepreneurship programs pioneered by HR for this piece, but it was more difficult than I expected. Beyond the open allocation topic, which we discussed earlier this year and which is mostly limited to the startup comm...
 
  Brief History of Organizations
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2016
The way we work isn’t working anymore. Some experts blame traditional organizational hierarchies, incentives that fail to motivate, disengaged employees (two-thirds of the workforce), and a system that overcompensates management while undervaluing frontline workers. New ways of working have already evolved, explains corporate coach Frederic Laloux in Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired...
 
  Start Your New Hire's Year Off Right
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2016
In her book You’ve Only Got Three Seconds, Camille Lavington writes that people form a permanent opinion of you based on a very brief initial impression. The same phenomenon can occur when fresh hires show up to their first day at a new job. If things go well, they may return home brimming with enthusiasm for this next phase in their life. And if things don’t go well, a seed can be planted. This seed whispers that they've made...
 
  Essential Aspects of a Desirable Company Culture
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2015
Company culture seems to be all the rage. An online search can reveal nearly 100,000 news articles about it in 2015 alone. As a small-business owner, you may read about the revolutionary moves made by companies like Google and Zappos and think, “There’s no way I can do that.” The good news is, you don’t have to. A desirable company culture can be well within reach—just by being yourself and staying true to your organizat...
 
  IT Leaders: 5 Reasons to Encourage Citizen Development
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2015
IT leaders who “teach employees to fish” may be feeding the business for a lifetime. Many IT leaders and even CIOs today are missing an opportunity. Their teams spend all day catering to business needs when in fact the business managers can and should be empowered to solve problems themselves. There is an old saying that goes: “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, but teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lif...
 
  Be Honest – Do You Waste Time at Work?
by Mary G. White - Nov, 2015
Many people waste time at work. It’s true – and you might be one of them! Not everyone who wastes time at work does so on purpose. Sometimes the time wasters are foisted on us (like pointless meetings), but many are self-induced (such as socializing and participating in office gossip). Statistics About Wasting Time at Work For a 2014 Salary.com study, 89% of respondents “reported wasting time at work every day” (some of...
 
  How Successful People Set Goals and Follow Through
by Marshall Goldsmith - Nov, 2015
The typical advertisement or “infomercial” – designed to help people “get in shape” – provides a great example of what not to do in goal-setting. The message is almost always the same, “For an ‘incredibly small’ amount of money – you can buy a ‘revolutionary’ product – that is ‘unbelievably easy’ and ‘fun to use’. This product will produce ‘amazing results’ ‘in almost no time’ and you will ‘have the body that you always wanted...
 
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