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  • Your mission—should you choose to accept it

    We work hard to nurture a staff that understands company culture and expectations, we are able to trust our employees to do the right thing. ...

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  • The futurist: The value of a human life

    What’s the value of a human life? For some of you, this is a very disconcerting question, because it attempts to put a ...

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  • The age of the “intrapreneur”

    An individual that acts as an entrepreneur within an organization: an intrapreneur. A person employed at a company who seeks to implement his/her creative ...

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  • Top Companies 2014: Working with purpose

    Make no mistake, the basis for business is to make money. That hasn’t changed since the dawn of capitalism. But increasingly, companies that ...

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  • Exploring servant leadership

    The leader serves? The power is with the followers to determine whom they choose to follow willingly? It was a mind-flip that has stayed with ...

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  • Mountain resorts pay up for health coverage

    Colorado’s mountain resorts made the news last winter for reasons unrelated to snowfall; instead, Kaiser Health News reported that a four-county region – ...

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  • The power of friction

    Although at first it might seem desirable to create a business environment without friction, it’s a big mistake. Without friction, issues go unresolved ...

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  • Real estate: Seven-year checkup

    Seven years after the former Fitzsimons Army post was redeveloped as a hub for health care, education and research, the campus is doing exactly what ...

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  • Courage to pick up the phone

    They say that public speaking is scarier than death for most people. Standing up and putting yourself on the line is so intimidating most won' ...

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  • Specialty foods: Going to market

    Specialty food company owner Clay Meers had a hankering for hot sauce his whole life. “I’ve been eating green chilies as long ...

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Your mission—should you choose to accept it

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By Erin Gibbs

A 2014 market update

As the economy recovers, strategy changes

By Todd Hauer

My take on Tesla

What's really behind Musk's blog post?

By Kurt Leyendecker

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The futurist: The value of a human life

It's increasing exponentially

By Thomas Frey

Top Company 2014: Services

Winner: RE/MAX

By Nora Caley

Overtraining and fatigue in athletes

The importance of monitoring

By the Vail Vitality Center

Single? You still need an estate plan

They're not just for the married or rich

By Herb White

The age of the “intrapreneur”

What it means to businesses large and small

By John Basso

Urban village to fill void

Redevelopment of former hospital site in the works

By Margaret Jackson

Top Companies 2014: Working with purpose

Plus the nonprofit winner

By Gigi Sukin

Exploring servant leadership

How to foster willing followership

By Bob Vanourek

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What mobile internet traffic means for your small biz

Great article Ms. Kidwell and super relevant. If your business isn't embracing mobile into your overall marketing plan you will find yourself lagging behind your competitors in very little time Excellent! By Eric Graham on 2014 08 22

The futurist: Growing dangers of technological unemployment

This article, like many others, offer no solution. Human population will decline in this zero sum gain economy. By Tan Nguyen on 2014 08 22

The one sales step you can't afford to skip

So true, Liz. So good. Not the first time you've written about the importance of follow-up, either. Excellent insight. Thank you! By Denise Alleman on 2014 08 19

Colorado Companies to Watch 2014

Thank you for your overview and insight into CCTW Lisa. The program has achieved significant momentum thanks to the committed effort of the sponsors (CVA, UMB, Talent Trust, Northern Trust, etc.), OEDIT (Sam Bailey), community supporters and volunteers. The CCTW Alumni Committee is building a strong community of CCTW CEO's and principals to further deliver value to its Winners and to keep fueling Colorado's economic engine! Greg Greenwood CCTW Alumni co-Chair By Greg Greenwood on 2014 08 18

Chef Laura: A baker's dozen

Who would have thought to make ash in a robot coupe? I'll stick with leek and potato soup. By Ta Tee on 2014 08 16

Chef Laura: A baker's dozen

This is a nice change of focus from your regular articles. I'm gonna have to try this place. By nice change on 2014 08 14

Chef Laura: A baker's dozen

It would be funny if the restaurant was next to a crematorium, the customers would wonder if it was really vegetable ash. By vegetable ash? on 2014 08 14

Chef Laura: A baker's dozen

Good read and look at one of the many talents and great eateries here in Denver. By Ted on 2014 08 14

Look beyond the resume for the best hire

Thanks for the comments John. The new approach so far seems to be working out. Our new hire is doing great and confirms in my mind the model works. By Glen Weinberg on 2014 08 13

Look beyond the resume for the best hire

Great article Glen, illustrating how it comes down to "can they do the work that needs to be done"? Nick at asktheheadhunter.com has been preaching this approach for many years to try to help both those doing the interviewing and those being interviewed. You should share your example with him and his readers as it hits home on how your approach worked best for everyone. Thanks again for sharing this! John By John Mauro on 2014 08 12
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