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How Growing Companies Evaluate Ideas for Innovation

Posted by Geniecast on Oct 13, 2016 8:00:00 AM

You’ve finally done it. You’ve created a culture that fosters collaboration and creativity, and now teams of people are constantly submitting ideas and suggestions for new products, services or procedures. Good problem to have, right?

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Topics: innovation

Talent Retention Strategies for Growing Organizations

Posted by Geniecast on Sep 27, 2016 4:46:00 PM

Many of today’s growing businesses have trouble keeping up with worker needs, but — believe it or not — focusing on hiring and keeping in-house talent can actually fuel growth. And that goes for all worker demographics. Baby boomers, gen-Xers, and millennials all value fair treatment, opportunities to grow, flexible work hours, and visibility into the measurable impact of their work. 

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Topics: corporate culture

Five Examples of Corporate Culture Success in the Middle Market

Posted by Geniecast on Sep 22, 2016 1:42:56 PM

For evidence that corporate culture is crucial to a company’s bottom line, look no further than the recent Bank of America employee fraud scenario, in which more than 5,000 workers were fired and $185 million in fines were levied. As a recent Forbes article put it, the Wells Fargo case is “an indictment on corporate culture and leadership practices.”

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Topics: corporate culture

Video: An Interview with Cathy McCullough About Accountability

Posted by Geniecast on Sep 19, 2016 1:48:17 PM

In this 10-minute video, you'll meet Cathy McCullough and get a preview of 5 Steps to Building a Culture of Accountability — a free interactive videocast powered by Geniecast. Cathy also answers these questions: 

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Topics: corporate culture

Who Owns Culture Within Your Organization?

Posted by Geniecast on Sep 16, 2016 5:31:08 PM

Whose job is it to establish a company’s culture? Jack Ma, CEO of Chinese B2B e-commerce site Alibaba, believes it’s his. Leaders, not management, should drive culture, says Ma. On the surface, that may sound like a simple answer — but culture management is a challenge for any sized business. 

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Topics: corporate culture

How to Fuel Innovation in the Middle Market Organization

Posted by Geniecast on Sep 12, 2016 4:34:45 PM

According to a 2015 Deloitte report, fully 61 percent of middle market firms surveyed rated innovation (of products, services or processes) as highly or somewhat challenging.

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Topics: innovation

Risk Management Best Practices for the Middle Market

Posted by Geniecast on Sep 7, 2016 4:32:10 PM

Risk can be defined as anything and everything that could prevent or interfere with projected, positive outcomes. For middle market companies, risk waits in every corner — from having your product bested by a smaller, nimbler competitor to losing your best talent to bigger players with deeper pockets. 

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Topics: risk management

Top 7 Rules for Managing Your Outside Sales Team

Posted by Geniecast on Sep 2, 2016 10:43:14 AM

 

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Topics: sales

16 Sales Experts to Follow on Twitter

Posted by Geniecast on Aug 31, 2016 3:44:44 PM

Creative, innovative leaders are always learning, and using that fresh knowledge to evolve and grow. Thankfully, learning comes in many forms, ranging from extended coursework to those 140-character gems delivered straight to your smartphone. If sales is your craft, following top sales gurus on Twitter delivers learning in tiny, motivational packages throughout your day. Here are our picks for top sales leaders to follow on Twitter. 

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Topics: sales

15 Must-Have Books and Essential Programs for Better Sales

Posted by Geniecast on Aug 26, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Great sales pros (and their leaders) stay up-to-date on best practices by seeking out proven tips and inspirational examples from authorities in the field. Here are 10 must-have books and 5 great programs for sales leaders looking to improve their sales game, team and approach.

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Topics: sales