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Name That Shelter

Name That Shelter

Dane County representatives and local charities came together March 22 to take on a new county-wide initiative to combat homelessness in Madison.

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Michael Stone, E.M. Wasylik Associates

Michael Stone, E.M. Wasylik Associates

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Michael Stone, international business developer, E.M. Wasylik Associates.

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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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Former private sector insurance CEOs agree self-funding bad for Wisconsin

For more than three decades, the health insurance program for Wisconsin state employees has been called a model for other states, using free-market competition to deliver extraordinarily high-quality care and, importantly, contain costs for taxpayers.

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Who is Neil Gorsuch?

What does he value? What impact would he likely have on an already divided Supreme Court? What kind of replacement would he be for Scalia, who was one of the most outspoken justices in recent history?

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Law at Work

with Jessica M. Kramer

How badly does my employee have to mess up to be denied UI benefits?

Knowing whether an employee either is or is not eligible for UI benefits is helpful in lowering the employer’s UI tax rate.

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Leader to Leader

with Terry Siebert

Innovate or get lost in the dust

There are really two areas for innovation: continuous improvement and breakthrough leaps.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Business Plan Contest entries reflect market trends, state’s economic diversity

The annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest has always been a canary in a high-tech coalmine, chirping out alerts about the kinds of businesses emerging in the state’s economic sectors.

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Open Mic

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Millennials — use their talents for good, not evil

An article I wrote a couple of months ago praising millennials — those born between 1982 and 1997 — for their energy and strategic thinking raised some hackles amongst their parents’ generation.

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Open Mic

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Culture is a four-letter word

When I started to write this article I originally titled it “Culture is not a four-letter word.” It was intended to address the CEOs who think culture is a squishy, beer for lunch, feel good concept that doesn’t deserve a place at the grown-up table.

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How making mistakes helps your business grow quickly

As leaders, owners, and entrepreneurs, we hate to admit when we’re wrong.

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The Gray Area

with Donna Gray

Is your first impression also your last impression?

It takes only three to five seconds for someone to form a first impression, so it should go without saying that people who feel welcome at a place of business are far more likely to return than those who don’t.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Graying of America brings opportunities for ‘elder tech’ entrepreneurs

If seniors command so much financial clout, why aren’t more entrepreneurs looking to create products or services that cater to their changing health needs and lifestyles?

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Making Madison

with Buckley Brinkman

Wake up to a new manufacturing dawn

The era of exponential change requires radical engagement. No longer can a single expert cover all the new developments in any field, or even come close.

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Applied Mindfulness

with Ed Maxwell

How to produce like Bill Gates: Take a dive into deep work

This kind of work requires the utmost concentration and pushes you to your limit. However, it improves your skill, adds much value, and is hard to imitate.

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Archive »Biz Report

City, Airbnb reach agreement

Wisconsin in middle of the pack for innovation

Manpower cuts 150 jobs

Duluth Trading to open more stores

Lands’ End widens losses

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