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Who are your company leaders? The answer might surprise you

There is an assumption that once an individual attains a management job title, they are instantly bestowed with amazing leadership capabilities. In reality, many of an organization's strongest leaders are those outside of management.

Four reasons to plan a Breckenridge meeting

The laid-back atmosphere makes any visiting group feel like a part of the community. Take in an expansive view of the Ten Mile range, a glistening high alpine lake, a National Forest or a wildflower filled meadow.

What happened when accountants started looking at federal finances

So what happened when some accountants started looking at the federal government's finances? Anton Collins Mitchell Chairman & CEO Greg Anton talks about the "What's at Stake" initiative.

The return on investment of good design

A professionally designed building pays dividends over the course of its life. It will draw people in and invite them to stay, move about, or behave in desired ways, be they clients, residents, patients or employees.

Avoid implementing new technology the old way

Technology includes far more than servers and networks. Web technology, analytics, mobile strategy and security have changed the landscape for good. Here's what makes for a truly effective IT department.

Mergers & acquisitions: Tips for a successful transaction

Merger and acquisition expert and attorney at law Stephen Dietrich gives practical advice every business professional should know before buying or selling a company.

Can great places and spaces make you healthier?

In recent years, our focus on well-being has begun to stretch beyond the foods we choose and energy we use. We are beginning to consider the health impact of the buildings where we live, work and play.

How big data can impact your business travel bottom line

Big data can make a big difference to businesses by making the most of their travel dollars, says Mike Cameron, CEO of Greenwood Village-based Christopherson Business Travel.

Getting your cape caught in the elevator door

For many, an MBA can serve up the right mixture of inspiration, knowledge and networking at a time when it is needed most – but going back to school often means making some sacrifices. Time. Money. A social life. But morals shouldn’t be one of them.

Do you have what the Colorado tech industry is looking for?

Colorado is a tech industry hotspot with a huge demand for skilled workers, says Shari Plantz-Masters, dean of Regis University's College of Computer & Information Sciences.

Here are three ways your marketing vendor isn’t delivering

“Is my marketing working?” That question nags at the back of business owners’ minds every day. But when marketing vendors have their own agenda that isn’t in line with yours, how can you know that your marketing is actually driving the results you need?

Here are the three hottest trends in commercial architecture

As more commercial buildings are designed or re-designed, we will see three major trends in local architecture: next generation sustainability, workplace wellness and holistic design.
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