SMALL BUSINESS & STARTUPS
The effects of the pandemic are ongoing, and the reality is many small businesses will never again operate as they did in a pre-COVID-19 world.
I’m sharing four design principles for creating a high-performing, integrated workspace that supports your talent and empowers them to do their best work.
As we cross off the final to-dos on our 2020 calendar, it's time to start planning for 2021's challenges and victories.
Leaders who succeed in times of crisis — like in the face of COVID-19 and unprecedented racial and social unrest — are the ones who go beyond success and set the mark at legendary.
While many are in a hurry to put the uncertainties of 2020 in the rearview, continued economic disruption may not be behind us just yet.
For many business owners, the decision surrounding how and when to exit the business can be complicated and emotional.
The coronavirus pandemic has, in many ways, rewritten the book on business practices.
Among the strategic areas are three upon which companies must focus to move forward and thrive during these uncertain times.
Embracing what we can control, like having discussions about expectations, is a simple and free way to make a positive impact on the wellness of your teams.
Even with remote teams, we often don't know about issues that arise between co-workers until they erupt into major problems or missed deadlines.
In the world of continuous improvement and a people-centric business, investing in people should never be a question: it should be a way of life.
As we swing into the New Year, you are probably reflecting on 2019 and looking toward making your resolutions for 2020. You may decide...
Around Thanksgiving last year, I finally put my money where my mouth is and launched a new business: RiverCity Homes, a house-flipping gig.An adorable...
The project management discipline is extensive. It includes elaborate technical tools such as Gantt charts, earned value analysis, critical path diagrams and seemingly endless...