Wed.Dec 07, 2022

Why Is Patching So Important?

Kraft Kennedy

Why Is Patching So Important? Originally published on PinHawk. Invisible Intruder. Patching servers is a time-consuming and tedious task that many firms have been putting off due to resource constraints.

Force Multiplier Effect: 2 + 2 = 5

Many militaries refer to the concept of a “force multiplier.” This refers to a fighting force whose impact is magnified in some way, shape, or form. For example, special forces often conduct operations at night, in the dark, using the element of surprise. These are all force multipliers.


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How to Design an Online Course in 2023: Learn from the Experts!

Clarity Consultants

When you’re responsible for training or presenting information, it can be tempting to wing the presentation, mainly if you are working on a familiar topic. The most effective training is conducted when the instructional design is incorporated.

Leadership Lessons for Successful Team Alignment (Facilitator Files)

SME Strategy

SME Strategy is a strategy consulting company that specializes in aligning teams around their vision, mission, values, goals, and action plans. Learn more about how we can help you and your team create a strategic plan with our strategic planning and implementation services.

The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.

How Busy People Can Develop Leadership Skills

Harvard Business Review

It takes dedication — but it doesn’t have to take a lot of time. Leadership development Managing yourself Continuous learning Personal growth and transformation Digital Article

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Lessons From My NPS Survey

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How Smaller Companies Can Bring Manufacturing Closer to Home

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The eggplants before Richard Nixon

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For thousands of years, eggplants have had ‘features’ like this. But once we learned what they resemble, we can’t unsee it. It used to be a weird shape for a vegetable, but now it looks eerily like a former President. Once we find a hook, we can’t forget it.

The Ultimate Guide to Executive Recruiting

Sourcing the right executive candidates and filling key managerial roles in an organization can be difficult, even in the best of times. Download this eBook to level up your discovery process, talent sourcing, and strategies for reaching your best-fit candidates.

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Book Recommendation: Value-Based Fees

Kai Davis

Something amazing happens every time I recommend Value-Based Fees by Alan Weiss ( [link] ). Consistently, a year or so later, one or two people write back and say something like: Hey, I bought that expensive book on Value-Based Pricing from Weiss after you recommended it. I wanted to let you know VBF made me an extra $10k/20k/50k last year. A good book, but a little dry. I bought Value-Based Fees (2nd edition) in 2014 while living in Portland, Oregon.