Thu.Aug 08, 2019

Health & Wellness For Consultants Study (2019)

Consulting Success

It’s easy to get wrapped in your firm’s marketing or pricing strategies. These are important subjects for any consultant. But, there is one thing that comes before ANYTHING in your consulting business. And that’s your health and wellness. This year, for the first time ever, we sent out a brand new survey to our list. Health & Wellness For Consultants Study (2019) is a post from: Consulting Success.

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More than values: The value-based sustainability reporting that investors want


Nonfinancial reports helped stimulate the growth of sustainable investing. Now investors are questioning current reporting practices—and calling for changes that executives and board members must understand. Insights on Sustainability

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Value in consulting: Have we put the cart before the horse?

The Source

Talk about outcome- and value-based pricing is on the rise. Again. In research we carried out about pricing in the US market earlier this year, the vast majority of clients said they expect to do more outcome-based pricing in the future.

The Assertive Fundraiser – an interview with Ruby Bayley-Pratt

The Management Centre

It’s an interesting and challenging time in the world of Fundraising. Never before has there been such intense scrutiny on equality, fairness and safeguarding. In the wake of the #metoo movement people are speaking up and asserting their rights. Diversity is being recognised for its importance.

The Definitive Guide to Becoming a High-Growth Company

Why do some companies grow at a double-digit pace every year, while others experience nominal (or even flat) growth year over year? Discover the common attributes that your High-Growth Clients have in common as they outperform their competition in top-line growth!

Lessons from Managing a Cybersecurity Incident: A Case Study with Naren Aryal of Mascot Books

Melissa Agnes

We hear about cybersecurity incidents happening all the time. Most often, we hear about the massive breaches that happen to the biggest of brands. But the truth is that cybersecurity incidents are a threat that can happen to any and every company.

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Seth Godin Blog

Today’s the 11th year in a row of daily posts on this blog. Nearly 5,000,000 words since my first post twenty years ago, and I haven’t missed a day (given some time-zone wiggle room) since 2008. Streaks are their own reward. Streaks create internal pressure that keeps streaks going. Streaks require commitment at first, but then the commitment turns into a practice, and the practice into a habit. Habits are much easier to maintain than commitments.


Ecosystem Businesses Are Changing the Rules of Strategy

Harvard Business

It’s not about moats anymore. Competitive strategy Business models Digital Article

4 Best Practices to Redefine Back Office Services

1 to 1

Whether it be politics, athletics, or business, what happens in the backlines is just as important as the front. An organization’s back office services work, which includes non-customer facing transaction processing, is fundamental to any great customer experience.

3 Traits of a Strong Professional Relationship

Harvard Business

A guide for assessing your work relationships. Leadership & Managing people Conflict Managing yourself Digital Article

Assessing the Five Styles of Enterprise Business Intelligence

The world of BI and analytics has evolved. Discover the five styles of reporting and analysis, and learn the pros and cons of each in an enterprise scenario.

6 Questions to Ask Before Launching a Moon Shot Project

Harvard Business

It helps to have a charismatic sponsor. Innovation Project management Digital Article

How Working Parents Can Get the Most Out of Calendar Apps

Harvard Business

Outline your priorities and set limits. Time management Work-life balance Digital Article

Workplace Culture Conflicts

Harvard Business

Are you at odds with your company’s culture? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Alicia Tillman, the CMO of SAP. They talk through what to do when your company celebrates one kind of worker and ignores others, everyone seems to fit in but you, or a hard-charging culture is hurting performance and employee morale. Organizational culture Change management Managing up Audio