Guest Columns

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Jennifer Zick
Those of us who lived through the dot-bomb and 2008 recessions will not soon forget the impact on our businesses, communities and families. Yet, when times are good, it's easy to operate as though growth and prosperity will always be in front of us. Wise business leaders know that - like squirrels hiding away nuts for the winter - it’s always a good idea to plan for leaner times, even while harvesting bumper crops. Read More
Paul Batz of Good Leadership Enterprises
Paul Batz, emcee for the 2018 100 Best Companies to Work For celebration, muses on what goodness means into today's workplace. Read More
What is real power? And what is different about the leaders who have it? After 20 years in corporate America as a leader in the trenches and today as a full-time speaker helping teams across the country boost performance, sales and leadership impact, I’ve had conversations with countless C-suite executives, business owners, managers and individual contributors. Read More


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For many organizations, taking the research and development (R&D) tax credit means identifying a hidden source of cash in addition to minimizing their tax liability. If you reviewed the R&D tax credit in the past and determined you would not receive benefit, it is time to take another look. Read More