Henry Efroymson, partner at local Indianapolis law firm Ice Miller, offers nine advisories for companies in the current economic whirlwind.
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The biggest tragedy in today’s offices and businesses is the illusion that communication is actually taking place.
Are you looking for ways to get more referrals? Today, we’re going to continue where we left off from the first part of this post.
A friend of mine divulged a story the other day that made me think about the divide between making an observation and making an assumption. At what point do our actions change as a result of how we utilize these perspectives and what impact does it have on business?
To keep passengers in the skies, airlines will do just about anything. That was why United Airlines offered a “deal” for checked bags.
Our local minor league baseball team had an exciting opportunity for a bright, hardworking individual. The internship offered an entry into the world of sports PR and the explicit promise of 100 hours per week.
Improving your personal productivity requires changing habits. Here are some productivity tips that can help you improve your habits in your professional and personal life.
It seems we are always searching for that “silver bullet” that will be the answer to all our dilemmas. A popular seminar held by AccelaWork outlined one solution as a handy formula: Productivity + Satisfaction = Results.
The best business consultants try not to use too many acronyms, but these days it’s tough to avoid BPM (aka “business process modeling”.) A columnist for ZDNet, however, points out that true innovation comes not from technology—but from mindset.
Mark Frauenfelder of Boing Boing learned firsthand that if an outstanding traffic ticket was not recorded in the computer system, payment could not be accepted. His wife (the guilty party) might face tremendous late penalties because the database at the LA Superior Court—and their employees—could not handle a tiny exception.
It’s staple of many business marketing campaigns: run a survey and offer a prize. But are direct incentives good for business or do they undermine the quality of the data?
Sharon, a sales associate for a high-end furniture store, recently spent an entire day stressed and overworked. According to the store’s corporate sales cycle, having everything completed before the first of the month is highly encouraged and frankly, expected.
Once “mo” I am back with some business advice. This time: valuable insights from my friend and mastermind client Mo VandenBergh of VandenBergh and Associates. What does Mo do? Lots of things, but three things I’ll share today.
AccelaWork’s founder set out to reveal his secret to great online marketing. His tool for the demonstration? Writing a meaningful blog post in a mere eight minutes.
Today’s post is from Lorraine Ball, president of Roundpeg. Her advice on getting the biggest bang for your buck in marketing: understand your clients and establish standards for success.
Founder and principal of AccelaWork passed along a few words of advice to email marketing copy editors. Write your content so that it can be consumed and understood quickly and easily.
As Chic Thompson points out in the book Yes, But…, people’s minds usually see first what is wrong with a new idea, and “Yes-butters” come up with excuses for inaction.
“The culture of a working organization is both the common and collective viewpoint on both the meaning and the value of work.” Some of you may recognize this as Robby Slaughter’s personal definition of workplace culture defined at AccelaWork.
AccelaWork’s business process consulting expert, Robby Slaughter, contributed a post to Delivra’s blog about blog subscribers. You can read the post here. But for your convenience, it has been posted in its entirety below.
Late last month, news surfaced of an IBM patent application for a “method and system for strategic global resource sourcing.” Is shuffling jobs between countries something which requires workflow analysis?