Knowledge Maintenance: Gaining Employee Understanding and Support

By Steven E. Sacks, CPA, CGMA, ABC In my last post about the importance of collecting and storing institutional knowledge in the event of employee illness, resignation, relocation and acquisition, it is necessary to have the support of… Read More

Knowledge Maintenance

There are nearly 80 million Baby Boomers today, and this cohort of 65 and older is projected by the US Census Bureau to reach 83.7 million in the year 2050. By 2030, more than 20 percent of U.S…. Read More

Effective Networking is an Art

There is no one right way to effectively network. You can join boards, attend conferences, and sign onto various electronic forums, among other ways. No matter how you decide to get yourself “out there” the critical factor is… Read More

Have a Real-Life Conversation

In my blog entry about making memorable presentations, I mentioned the word authentic. The noun version, authenticity, is something we pine for these days. Whether from our political leaders, bosses, colleagues and friends, authenticity, like reputation, is an… Read More

Make Your Press Releases Worth Reading

The constant frustration of how much email enters our inbox daily. But think about reporters and editors; they will receive hundreds of press releases every day. Like sifting through resumes submitted online, after a while they all read… Read More