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Government 101

For its third session, Leadership Greater Madison 24 members learned about county government services, the challenges to a thriving economy, and state taxes.

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Jenny Munn, technical recruiter, Centare

Jenny Munn, technical recruiter, Centare

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Jenny Munn, technical recruiter, Centare.

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  • Cheers from In Business!

    We haven’t stood still for 40 years and we’re not about to start now! From our staff to yours, wishing you a happy and prosperous 2017!

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How to have a productive meeting in 5 easy steps

Ask a few people around you how they feel about meetings and you’re likely to find at least one person who feels meetings are a waste of time.

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Earn a FREE MBiA at DreamBank

Earn a FREE MBiA at DreamBank

99.9999% of the time I agree wholeheartedly with the maxim, “You get what you pay for.”

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Leader to Leader

with Terry Siebert

Action — not knowledge — gets things done

It’s not what you know that counts. It’s what you do with what you know.

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6 traits of legitimately successful serial entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs are driven by excitement and passion, but also strategy. If you aren’t detail-oriented, you won’t last; if you struggle with taking on daily to-do’s, you’ll need to ramp up your game.

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The name game: Improve your business by improving your recollection

Studies have shown that people automatically pay more attention when they hear their names spoken, so it makes sense that you have a better chance of truly connecting with people, particularly in business situations, if you can properly recall names.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

In Logistics Health founder Don Weber, military veterans have an entrepreneurial model

Life has never been easy for Donald J. Weber. He struggled to graduate from high school and joined the U.S. Marines Corps within days, spending three years in Vietnam as a rifleman. His decorated return from service led to nothing more than odd jobs — as well as some tough times living on the streets — before he discovered his true talent.

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Wisconsin should target Illinois workers

For the record, I do not hate Illinois. My dad is from Chicago and I grew up in Beloit, which is so close to the Illinois border that its sister city, South Beloit, is in the Land of Lincoln.

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The Gray Area

with Donna Gray

Family business is all relative

From neighborhood mom and pop stores to household names like Kohler, S.C. Johnson, Gordon Food Service, Mars Candy Company, Ford Motor Company, and Wal-Mart, family-owned companies are thriving in the United States.

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United Airlines lives in values fantasyland

By now everyone knows what United Airlines did last week. But most people don’t know why. There’s been a lot of talk on algorithms and over-booking, but the real reason is plain and simple. United’s CEO lives in a values fantasyland.

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Business lessons from three little-known entrepreneurs shaping our world

Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Elon Musk, and Jeff Bezos are just a few examples of dozens of high-impact American entrepreneurs who have become household names. Yet, in our globalized 21st-century economy, some of the world’s most inspiring entrepreneurs can be found beyond our borders.

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Mosaic Marketplace

with Deborah Biddle — A blog for diverse business enterprises in and around Madison.

Inclusion should be among nonprofit fundraising strategies

As populations of color grow and people of color become majorities in communities across America, successful nonprofit organizations will need to diversify their donor base to sustain and grow their operations.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Getting behind the numbers: Tech’s role in the Wisconsin economy

Agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism are the holy trinity of the Wisconsin economy and may always be so, given the state’s rich traditions in all three sectors.

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Designer tacos heading to Middleton

New rec building approved for UW campus

Municipal Building reno back on track

Gloria Jean’s to expand

East Wash parking garage may get more money

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  • Wisconsin should target Illinois workers

    The quality of life has taken a downturn. Our current state government has no problem raping the land, lessening environmental regulations, and taking away the reasons to actually live in this ...
  • Wisconsin should target Illinois workers

    Interesting comments, Anon 1:21. I'm also a transplant to Wisconsin — born and raised in Illinois and moved here when I was in my mid-20s. Overall I find Wisconsinites to be very genial and ...
  • Wisconsin should target Illinois workers

    I moved here 26 years ago I am leaving I hope this year. We began by vacationing here because Wisconsin managed their parks way better than anyone else- I think the WMC agenda has changed that ...
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