You've got a license to learnBy Todd Ordal
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Beyond the entrepreneur: Building business intelligence
Large, successful organizations can be great educational environments for the advancing leader to build business intelligence, particularly if there’s a formal program for ...
Colorado Companies to Watch 2014
They’re past their infancy, but they’ve still got some growing to do. Consider this year’s 50 Colorado Companies to Watch ...
Chef Laura: A baker’s dozen
Calm, cool and collected perfectly describe Chef Alex Figura, 30, Executive Chef of Lower48 Kitchen. This mod yet unpretentious restaurant hit the ballpark neighborhood eight months ...
Organizing your team for high performance
Most organizations reorganize fairly frequently, trying to find the optimal structure, only to reorganize again a few years later. It’s a major source ...
The rate of change balance
If you sell beer like a good friend of mine, you recognize that you need a good menu of craft beers to supplement the Budweiser ...
Executive edge: Sherry Ray
In the 1970s and 1980s, Sherry Ray ran operational divisions of Fortune 1,000 companies. Through the early-mid 1990s, she was a leading sales professional at now-defunct ...
Flip problems into possibilities
Our goal here is simple: How fast can we return to solution-based thinking that benefits the good of all concerned, including our company’s ...
Chef Laura: Punctuality through pastries
It was my first time managing teen-agers who had never had a job before, let alone a job in food service. Their naiveté combined ...
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