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Supercharge your cash flow

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Thought Leadership on Managing Company Spending by ExpenseWatch. One of the biggest reasons companies underperform or fail altogether is a lack of visibility to their cash flow. Without this visibility, organizations may spend more than the business can handle during the year, may spend at the wrong time period of the year, or may under spend for fear of running out ...

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The critical talent gap in healthcare today

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Thought Leadership on Health Care Innovations presented by Georgetown University Department of Health Systems Administration. The influential management expert Peter Drucker noted, “The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence—it is to act with yesterday’s logic.” For the past decade, US-based healthcare providers, insurance companies, pharmaceutical and device firms have been operating in an ever changing landscape. Advances in ...

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How to get your benefits package to speak to all generations

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Thought Leadership on Credit Unions as a Benefit presented by Atlantic Financial Federal Credit Union.  Know your audience. You wouldn’t reference eight-tracks with a group of Millennials, right? Use this technique with your employee benefits. Is your current benefit package speaking to all generations? Executives and human resources professionals are providing benefits for employees spanning sometimes four generations. Traditionalists (1927 – ...

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How outsourcing can enrich your in-house telecommunications

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Thought Leadership on Fiber Optic Networks for Business presented by KCI Technologies. Supporting the applications and framework critical to today’s business operations requires a balanced blend of technical expertise and technology infrastructure. Companies are constantly challenged to manage and align the mix and ratio of staff resources with the requirements necessary to design, build, own, maintain, operate and/or utilize a robust communications ...

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Do you have these 10 make-or-break leadership qualities?

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Becoming a successful leader takes a lot of work. We’re not talking about vague traits like “confidence” or “trustworthiness.”  These are the real, business-savvy states of mind that you need to make it. From Inc., here are 10 important leadership qualities to make sure you have. 1. You truly understand money. You don’t have to be an investment wizard, but you do have ...

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Tax due diligence: Because what you don’t know can hurt you

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Thought Leadership on Due Diligence and Transaction Advisory presented by CohnReznick.  The need for tax due diligence is sometimes overlooked by buyers focused on quality of earnings analyses or other non-financial diligence reviews, but has never been greater than it is today. The growing complexity of Federal, state, and local tax laws, the myriad taxes imposed on businesses, aggressive (and sometimes, ...

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6 ways to rebound from a bad situation

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Failures happen. Dwelling on them can only make them seem worse. Instead, focus on changing your mindset and moving on. Here are six ways to make a bad situation better from Entrepreneur:  1. Accept the lemons. What’s done is done. There’s no point in rehashing or worrying about your mistakes. The past cannot be changed. Instead, use your energy to impact ...

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How to predict the future of your business

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Great investors like Warren Buffett have earned their titles through their ability to predict the future of the market. With a little luck, and a lot of knowledge of what business professors call “value networks,” the future of business is easier to determine. Value networks are a system of businesses and service providers that work together to create value for their customers. ...

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