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Management & Leadership

Organizational Effectiveness: Rules or Vision?

If governments intervene in the name of saving jobs, they really just mess up free trade and spread the cost of saving obsolescent skills over the rest of us.

What Companies Need to Know About Changes to Colorado's Cybersecurity Law

The new law drastically expands the type of information that will trigger a breach notification obligation if compromised.

Failure to Plan has a Price

Your failure to act can be fatal to your successful exit.

Achievement, Performance and Wellbeing – Ignore at Your Own Peril

Today's job descriptions and recruitment copy, on the other hand, offers a potential employee an expansive overview of their hopeful position.

6 Barriers to Finding and Keeping Great People

If the candidates you want most aren’t choosing you, or if your turnover rates are anything but low, what you may not know is you could be unwittingly setting up obstacles that turn people off.

You Must Know the Critical Elements of Strategy

There’s a good dose of observation, planning and choice in successful ventures.

Navigating the Virtual Workplace

Is a virtual office right for you?

Design Thinking: Do What Only You Can Do

As a company grows, functions become too broad for a single individual or small team to handle and many companies struggle to effectively use their most critical resources – the people on the team

Strong Colorado Economy and Low Unemployment Create Tug of War for Talent

Build the best talent team to grow your company.

Smart Succession: Ensure a Lasting Legacy

Through the succession planning process, it’s common for the stakeholders to decide they want to remain independent.

10 Tips for Reviewing Your Directors and Officers Liability Insurance Policy

Understanding your directors and officers coverage is not a luxury – it is a necessity in a complex and litigious America

Take a Sip of a Different Kind of Kool-Aid

You don’t have to quit your job, but consider rubbing elbows with executives who have different business models, different strengths, different strategies, different methods for dealing with their board, and perhaps a different age group.
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