Another illuminating article and podcast from Soyini Coke on how to deal with crises. In this interview Tom and Freda Rumph from Rumph and Associates, explain how they maintained service and integrity in the midst of the fast-moving Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone and provide excellent advice that reveals strategies to deal with crises in […]
As companies are increasingly encouraged to ‘go global’ to stay competitive, David Bernal provides insight into why even leading companies fail when expanding internationally.
Are you overlooking this large, and growing, demographic? Robbie Kellman Baxter, author of The Membership Economy: Find Your Super Users, Master the Forever Transaction, and Build Recurring Revenue reveals why this market is well worth serving.
Short and straight to the point, with a few smiles on the way; this post from David A. Fields is designed to make good consultants great, beginning with how to make clients pay attention to your ideas, and a few pointers on where you may be going wrong.
What should you do when you have good people in the wrong position or the wrong people in a good position? When executive coaching reveals an employee is under performing, Ben Dattner and Elizabeth Wood offer a few solutions to this common problem.
David A. Fields illustrates a common marketing mistake many consulting companies make and offers an example on how to show that the proof is in the pudding.
Will Bachman‘s podcast, Unleashed – How to Thrive as an Independent Professional was recently included in a list of the “best business podcasts for independent consultants.” Check out the full list here
In an article published on Youngupstarts, Robbie Kellman Baxter provides examples of successful subscription based companies to find out what has made them succeed in this competitive market.