If you ever had a hobby that made you push a new frontier, you will surely be able to identify with this guest blog on “The Theory of Competitive Reality”. In this post Mark Aboud, Global Head of Inside Sales for SAP, discusses how one significant epiphany changed his perspective on setting goals and positively… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Business
From our strategic partner CoachingOurselves, provocative musings on the impact of HR. How HR kills innovation in HR by Philip LeNir, co-authored with David Creelman “Whatever you do, please don’t mention this to anyone in HR, they will kill it”. That quote may sound odd but it is real. The ‘it’ being kept secret from… Read more »
At MarchFifteen we advise family owned and independent businesses. We are also an independent business ourselves and the MarchFifteen Consulting entity is one of several that our partners have started over the years. So here are some start-up tips from the hard won experience we have had at our own firm. The hope is that… Read more »
We are very pleased to share with you this week a guest blog post from Peter Aceto, the President and CEO of ING DIRECT Canada. Peter publishes a bi-monthly blog called Direct Talk with Peter Aceto blog.ingdirect.ca. He writes about Leadership, Management, Corporate Culture, Innovation and Customer Service. Follow Peter on Twitter @CEO_INGDIRECT We hope you will find it as refreshing and provocative as we did. Let us know what you think.
At MarchFifteen, we regularly and extensively read business literature, new books and the daily news to ensure that we have the most current business knowledge and awareness in order to best help you, our clients and larger network. And we often see patterns in what we read and what we do with our clients each… Read more »
Human Resources (H.R.) is becoming an area of more and more professionalism, and at the same time is an area that needs great renewal. How could that be you might ask? I have had the benefit in my career, in several organizations, of being outside of Human Resources, where I was often looking at… Read more »