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Phrases like “over budget,” “out of scope,” “off schedule” or “out of the loop” are the stuff of project management nightmares. Web-based project management solutions help you rest easier by facilitating collaboration, coordination and communication throughout your whole team. But choosing from the many available alternatives can be overwhelming. Here are some tips for making…

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When we engage with a new client, one of the first questions we ask is, “what are your mission, vision and values?” Some companies have no problem answering that question. But some really struggle—either because they haven’t developed them, or haven’t communicated this core messaging throughout the organization. If your organization just hasn’t communicated these…

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You know how they say a picture is worth a thousand words? Well, when it comes to your blog, pairing a picture with your words can make them both worth a lot more. Using photos and illustrations in your blog posts provides value in a number of ways: They break up your copy, making it easier…

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Recently, we asked our customers, prospects and social media followers to help us determine marketing trends for this year by answering a 3-question survey. Here’s what they had to say: Marketing Trends: Revenue Growth Question 1: What percent of revenue growth are you trying to achieve for 2016? Thirty-one percent of respondents (including those who answered “other”)…

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Books

Business leadership books are a dime a dozen; but from time to time, we encounter one that provides insight. Here are five that are worth your time, if you and your team haven’t already read them. 1. Good to Great, Jim Collins Collins highlights 11 companies that have made the jump from being good at what they…

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