Archive of: Advice

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Yes, even the rich have worries November 16 2012

Yes, even the rich have worries

The reality is that, in times of booming growth or anemic progress, the well-off can feel unease, guilt and even distress

In Washington, small isn't beautiful November 16 2012

In Washington, small isn't beautiful

Despite candidates pledging their unwavering support for small businesses, once in office most policies are designed to enhance the profitability of big corporations

Addressing the human factors in public/private partnership November 2 2012

Addressing the human factors in public/private partnership

If employees and other stakeholders are not a priority, problems are guaranteed to arise

Overworked employees have a bottom-line cost November 2 2012

Overworked employees have a bottom-line cost

Your people may not die on the job as they burn out, but the mistakes they make in their fatigued state are costing far more than you might imagine

One more lesson from the 2012 Sox November 2 2012

One more lesson from the 2012 Sox

The team’s dysfunctional culture starts at the top

Practice does make perfect October 19 2012

Practice does make perfect

In ‘Talent is Overrated,’ author Geoff Colvin makes the case for drive, passion and practice

Fundamentals lacking in the Sox front office October 19 2012

Fundamentals lacking in the Sox front office

The Red Sox organization serves as an excellent example of all the things not to do

October 19 2012

N.H. companies and the foreign exchange waters

The current environment represents an important opportunity for New Hampshire’s exporters, particularly exporters dealing with countries whose currencies have been down against the U.S. dollar

October 19 2012

Updates to visa program are key to economic growth

Changes would have a direct impact on the economic environment of New England

Why not try to satisfy all customers? October 5 2012

Why not try to satisfy all customers?

You don’t have to vote the way your customers want, but you risk upsetting them – and losing business