Uncommon Sense: Why Change?

Uncommon Sense: Why Change?

Prior to initiating a significant change, leaders should communicate to employees why their company needs to change. They don’t need to have all the answers. For example, they may not know what to change or what to change to yet? Still, they should articulate why they need to change.  It’s quite simple.…

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Uncommon Sense: False Hope

Uncommon Sense: False Hope

In this blog, I identify several pitfalls that can stand in the way of creating value. Unless leaders acknowledge these potential pitfalls and take steps to mitigate them, then the idea of creating value is nothing more than a false hope. This is the third blog in a series I’m writing, targeted to those with a stake in creating value in companies.…

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Salesforce Skills in High Demand, So Why Change?

Salesforce Skills in High Demand, So Why Change?

I just read an article in CIO.com that spotlighted the ever growing Salesforce ecosystem and the high demand for skills to support Salesforce implementations. This is great news for those of us who get to work in this exciting ecosystem.   As I read the entire article and all its exciting claims and predictions, I noticed it lacked any mention of the growing importance of organizational...

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Healthcare is Learning from Other Industries (While Tackling Problems Uniquely Its Own)

The final blog in our series serves to summarize the ways in which healthcare can learn from the best practices / innovations of other industries, address unique trends in healthcare, and define their broader impact on the industry. Our previous blogs describe how healthcare, a system often characterized as broken, expensive, and over-regulated, can improve by looking towards other...

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Millennials and Community Banks Make a Perfect Match

Different generations shop, save and invest in very different ways. Millennials are no exception and financial institutions have taken notice, investing large sums in an attempt to understand and accommodate their needs. But who exactly constitutes this generation? Millennials are defined as individuals ranging from 18 to 34 years of age and represent the customer segment not only leading the...

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