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If you know someone who chooses to be a vegetarian or a vegan, you know someone who wouldn’t be caught dead (no pun intended) in a fast-food restaurant specializing in serving former members of the animal kingdom. It’s not that being vegetarian or vegan is bad somehow or restaurants are acting in some disparaging tactics...
Perhaps one of the most used but underutilized terms in business is strategy. Add to the word planning, and the phrase tops the chart of importance in business success. It seems so simple and is unarguably a truly great example of common sense. Knowing where you want to go, mapping out a route and preparing...
It was one of those moments we have all experienced in some form or at some time in our daily lives. The moment when we realize that our world, that space in which we conduct the veritable business of life, is occupied by others; and those “others” have an opinion on how we are conducting...
As we approach the year-end, tradition demands that business leaders begin to focus on the trends in the economy and set-forth economic predictions for the coming year and propose strategies to enable businesses to respond effectively to those proposed challenges. While many of the “the sky is falling” predictions may be overstated, the accepted consensus...
Forbes posed an important question regarding the commonality among Merrill Lynch, AIG, Washington Mutual, Toyota, Starbucks, Dell, BP, Arthur Andersen and Lehman Brothers.  It appears that, according to Forbes, they became obsessed with aggressively growing revenue or minimizing costs that they destroyed substantial value in their businesses. A common theme among these companies is the...
Facebook, the social networking service launched in February 2004, by founder and creator Mark Zuckerberg and his college roommates and fellow Harvard University students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. The website’s membership was initially limited to Harvard students, but was expanded to other colleges in the Boston area, the Ivy League,...
The demands of running a business can sometimes be difficult for even the most experienced professionals. Whether at the start-up phase of a new venture or at some point during the life cycle of an existing business, demands often lead to an owner bringing on a partner.  Partnerships  can provide additional capital to improve operational...
Junction Creative Solutions (Junction), an Atlanta based, award winning strategic agency, highlights Infinite Resource Solutions (Infinite).  Daveenia Beller, Infinite CEO, is executing successfully against the growth plan for the business providing an example to other entrepreneurs who are looking to achieve scalability. Infinite Resource Solutions is the result of a merger between the former Infinite...
In this series, we explore some less-frequently discussed ideas about running a successful business utilizing the experiences of real CEOs. Skip Prichard is an accomplished CEO, turnaround business leader, and keynote speaker. He is known for his track record of successfully revitalizing companies and dramatically improving results. Most recently, he was President & CEO of...
A little over 2 months into the a lockout between the National Hockey League and its players, the results of a public opinion poll were published in an editorial in Canada’s The Globe and Mail suggesting that the league’s brand had suffered damage equivalent to or even worse than British Petroleum (BP) following the 2010...
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