One of America’s favorite pastimes is changing rapidly. What would you say this pastime is? Shopping? Are you curious about how businesses are responding to the future of retail design? Keep reading, and we will tell you. Customers don’t
My wife and I recently sold our home in Merritt Island, Florida for downsizing reasons. We also bought a new home in Melbourne, Florida, about 30 miles south. We had been living in the Merritt Island home for 12+ years,
Have you noticed the remarkable success of online shopping recently? It has been nothing less than phenomenal. That’s why we have been scouring the latest research lately to see what some of the new insights are. The online shopping report
Good company culture? I have had my share. In fact, in over 40 years of business management and leadership experience, I’ve seen more great company cultures than bad ones. And lots of experience studying leadership traits scattered all over the map.
Two decades ago, author James Belasco wrote a business best seller “Teaching the Elephant to Dance.” It was all about helping companies and organizations to embrace change. If it were written today, it would be all about embracing change and
I have been in management and leadership positions in the military and business world for forty years, and I often get asked about my corporate culture experience and my best business lessons. Surprisingly (or not) my list of business culture
Have you defined business growth strategies? You would be surprised how many of our clients say they are happy with their size and therefore don’t have a plan for a growth strategy. The entrepreneur always searches for change, responds
If you don’t have a competitive advantage, don’t compete. Bold quote from Jack Welch, isn’t it? Is your business in a highly competitive market? Trying to define a competitive strategy? Perhaps you will learn a secret or two from In-N-Out Burger.
In the world of a business environment, the winds of change are always blowing, aren’t they? Sometimes you see the effects, sometimes you choose to ignore them. Not the best approach if you want to provide for business growth and
The competitor to be feared is one who never bothers about you at all, but goes on making his own business better all the time. A great quote from Henry Ford. Yes, your best competitors are making their business better and