In our free time we write about leadership, management, and the lessons we’ve learned in working with our clients.
Zappos was broke in 1999 and in 2009 sold itself to Amazon for $1.2 BILLION. How did they do it? Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh says they succeeded then and now because of his laser focus on developing a superior company culture. The question is, how can YOU do it? The Company Culture Challenge gives you a step-by-step plan to transform your organization into a high profit leader as you learn how to fully engage your employees and serve your clients so well they can't live without you.
Sick of ideas and random strategies, entrepreneurs David Russell and Rob Betzel developed this 7-step process to transform any company culture into a team of people who take ownership for making certain clients are happy.
The best way to increase productivity is to improve the leadership skills of America's entrepreneurs, managers and executives. Success With People - A Complete System For Effectively Managing People in Any Organization, teaches leaders how to double employee engagement, motivate better performance, increase retention, and more.
In the book, David Russell outlines twelve steps for an effective leadership system, which fall into three broader categories: Establish Your Foundation, Balance Your Workload, and Manage Your Team's Performance. "Productivity doesn't happen by accident," says Russell. "Business leaders need a clear, comprehensive, proven system for hiring, managing, developing and retaining people if they hope to compete in the global economy."
The EHR Guru is a quick read in the spirit of The One Minute Manager. It appeals to all kinds of people in the medical profession seeking to understand what is required to most effectively implement an electronic health record ("EHR") system including the required technology, integrations with vendors, project management, workflow adaptation requirements, training, and technical support issues.
Told through the fictitious story of a young medical office practice manager named Sam, authors Stemp and Russell communicate how Sam helps his doctors focus on the key issues involved in a flawless EHR implementation so it increases their profits, lowers costs, improves staff productivity, and enables them to provide superior patient care. The information contained in this book is based on Stemp's twenty-five years of professional experience advising clients on technology and ten years advising medical practices on the evaluation, selection, and implementation of EHR systems and related technologies.
Is cloud computing secure? Is it reliable? How about performance -- how quickly can you access your data? This modern-day business parable helps you understand the process of qualifying a solution to meet your needs, and whether you should subscribe to an ERP cloud product or purchase an on-premise solution.
This quick read tells the story of Esther, a driven software company founder, and James, the analytical owner of a government contracting firm, who have outgrown their accounting software. Written in simple terms, this is not a story for a technical person. It is for the executive or manager who wants to better understand the cloud computing vs. on-premises computing debate. Learn more by reading this enjoyable story.