Fri.Sep 15, 2023

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Nonprofit Consulting: How To Start A Nonprofit Consulting Business

Consulting Success

If you’ve worked in the nonprofit sector, you’ve gained valuable experience and wisdom — experience and wisdom nonprofit organizations would pay for. Why not take your experience and use it to start a non-profit consulting business? Consider the example of non-profit consultant Douglas Nelson and his consultancy The Discovery Group. Douglas works with medium and.

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Business Ecosystems: Building Stronger Connections

Tom Spencer

Are you an iPhone user? If you are, then it is very probable that you also own an iPad, a MacBook, and Airpods. Do you frequently order from Amazon? If so, it is reasonable to assume that you own an Alexa homekit and a Kindle e-reader too! Apple’s and Amazon’s product lines are showcase examples of how to build a business ecosystem. What does the buzzword ‘business ecosystem’ really stand for?


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How Interview Questions Reveal the True Organizational Assumptions & Culture, Part 5

Johanna Rothman

I started this series with many specific concerns about a particular interview question: “The product owner and dev team cannot decide on a sprint goal, even after hours of discussion. They (the team) feel that the tasks for the sprint are too varied to manage to a single sprint goal. What should the Scrum Master do?” (Note: This is a terrible interview question because it's hypothetical.

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How to Get Honest and Substantive Feedback from Your Customers

Harvard Business

Businesses can’t improve operations without honest and substantive feedback. Customers can be reluctant to provide it, for several reasons. Companies can try to overcome this by focusing feedback requests on improvement (not employee assessment), focusing on customer actions instead of words, and approaching the gathering of feedback as a habit rather than an occasional effort.

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How to Stay Competitive in the Evolving State of Martech

Marketing technology is essential for B2B marketers to stay competitive in a rapidly changing digital landscape — and with 53% of marketers experiencing legacy technology issues and limitations, they’re researching innovations to expand and refine their technology stacks. To help practitioners keep up with the rapidly evolving martech landscape, this special report will discuss: How practitioners are integrating technologies and systems to encourage information-sharing between departments and pr

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Companies Entering US Market Get Aid

Business Consulting Agency

Expanding into the United States, the world’s largest and most dynamic economy, presents an array of opportunities for foreign companies. However, it also comes with its own set of challenges and complexities. To successfully enter and thrive in the US market, many foreign firms turn to business consulting services and consultants. In this article, we will explore how these services play a crucial role in facilitating market entry for foreign companies, backed by facts and statistics.

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Elevate Your CEO Game: Winning Strategies And AI Innovation With Will Robinson

Strategic Planning and Management Insights

Discover the keys to successful CEO leadership with Will Robinson, CEO of Encapture. Learn how AI and innovation drive growth and empower teams.

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Sustainability Is About Your Workforce, Too

Harvard Business

“People sustainability” brings a holistic approach to previously disconnected efforts, such as DEI, well-being, purpose, safety, and learning and development.

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Tricked (again)

Seth Godin Blog

If you knew then what you know now, would you have made the same decision? In the last fifty years, more than 25,000,000 Americans have died prematurely due to cigarette smoking. Worldwide, it’s significantly higher. That’s fifty times as many U.S. citizens as died in World War II. How did cigarette marketers manage to keep selling their product for decades once the danger was known?

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How the Geeks Rewrote the Rules of Management

Harvard Business

Andrew McAfee is a principal research scientist at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Throughout his career, he has done ground-breaking research on how digital technologies are changing the world. He is a prolific writer, a frequent contributor to HBR and other outlets, and a sought-after commentator on technological change – especially, these days, on the potential of generative AI.

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Savings Consultants Are Needed in Today's Market More Than Ever

Savings Consultants are needed in today’s market more than ever. With an increase in expenses, businesses are looking for opportunities to save. Often unknown to businesses are savings in expense reduction, specialized tax savings, specialized savings including medical underpayments, health benefits cost reduction, zero cost processing, and more. Blue Coast Savings, with over 20 years in business, assists Savings Consultants in helping these companies move toward more profitable businesses.

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A More Impactful Strategy for Sustainable Investing

Harvard Business

A review of more than 3,500 research papers shows how “field building” helps investors have a more positive impact on the environment and society.