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The right conditions for effective incentive plans

By Rusty Bozman Since the 1960s, theorists and researchers have amassed an impressive body of knowledge around the topic of incentive compensation. Over my 25-year career in human resource and total rewards, I have struggled through most of this material – either through need or curiosity. However, while this published material is both insightful and… Read More »

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Groom tomorrow’s leaders today

By Brent Ross, CPA As baby boomers retire, employers will have jobs to fill, including senior management positions. Grooming talent will be imperative in transitioning your company’s leadership, given that more than 65 percent of senior managers hired externally fail within 18 months, according to the Center for Creative Leadership. That’s not to say that… Read More »

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People—The essential element of your company’s brand

By Jennifer Holland If you’re a CEO, ask yourself: When was the last time I had one-on-one contact with my customers? I’ll bet it was quite a while ago, if ever. A brand defines your customers’ relationship with your company, and it’s an extremely valuable business asset that will ensure your company’s success. But do… Read More »

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Part 2: How to Map a Defendable Advantage, Touchpoint by Touchpoint

By Hank Brigman Part 2: How to Map a Defendable Advantage, Touchpoint by Touchpoint To review Part 1 – Differentiation and the Touchpoint Economy, please see Volume 5, Issue 8, pages 28-29. Part 1 can also be found online at: http://advantagebizmag.com/archives/17429 The Touchpoint Economy In the first part of this two-part series, “How to Differentiate… Read More »

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Top 4 reasons why you should have a business vehicle

By Joseph W. Nowland I know, I know. It’s just as easy to use your personal vehicle for your business purposes. Why bother with the expense of another vehicle when your personal one runs just fine? During the past twenty years I’ve worked with businesses up and down the East Coast and enjoy asking, “Why… Read More »

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Jacksonville University Leans In

“In the future, there will be no female leaders. There will just be leaders.” ― Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead Women have a problematic relationship with leadership. We don’t think of it as a standalone skill and we don’t set out to “lead” people. What we do every day… Read More »

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Investing in Interns: Using a Rigorous Internship Program to Develop Future Employees

Bill Koch talks passionately about Northwestern Mutual’s internship program, partially because the local office that he runs has benefited from the young talent it has developed. But his passion for the program draws mostly upon his personal experience. He is a byproduct of an internship program that is consistently ranked among the nation’s best. “The… Read More »

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Thinking About Buying a Franchise? Do the Right Amount of Due Diligence.

What exactly is due diligence? How much is too little or too much? Due diligence, by definition, is the research and analysis of a company or organization done in preparation for a business transaction. Much of the information needed to do due diligence on a potential franchise purchase is available. You need to know where… Read More »

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Distinctive Venues: Closer and More Meeting Friendly Than You Might Think

Team building. Leadership retreats. Corporate Trainings. What do these three have in common? They are on the rise in most corporate cultures and the demand for more creative, more innovative and a more productive outcome from these events is as well.  Finding an unforgettable venue can often be the key to developing relevant content, inspiring… Read More »

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Effective performance management systems are a competitive advantage

By Bob McKenzie Survey after survey of employees assessing the usefulness of their company’s performance appraisals indicate that management programs do NOT do what they are intended to do. Surveys have been conducted by very large firms such as PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Hewitt & Associates, and Watson-Wyatt. And, more informal surveys, by some Internet junkies, have also… Read More »

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