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Members of classes from the past 22 years of 40 Under 40 gathered for an evening of networking and reconnecting with old friends and colleagues.
This year’s event was held in person on Sept. 13 at Bishop’s Bay Country Club on the shores of Lake Mendota.
At the third Icons in Business presentation of 2022, Chad Vincent, CEO of Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin, shared insight into challenges and opportunities facing the organization.
According to research, people crave more recognition in the workplace — the freedom to give it and the opportunity to receive it.
It’s tempting to believe venture capital is predominantly a coastal phenomenon based on where such investments are made: About three-quarters of the record $333 billion invested in 2021 wound up in three states — California, New York, and Massachusetts.
Gratitude and appreciation impact the value and performance of your company by creating a culture where people want to be, create their best work, and share mutual successes. In turn, there is improved performance and profitability.
Culture is not a foreign concept to the business community. In fact, many successful executives invest heavily in promoting a corporate culture in which employees feel a sense of connection, representation, and pride.
Several years ago, I wrote in this space about the prevalence of business buzzwords and jargon, and how, even though we all use them, we probably need to consider a fast from our appetite for these verbal shortcuts.
Speaking to an appreciative group of local realtors, an all-star panel of real estate pros gathered in mid-September to deliver some good news — the Madison and Wisconsin real estate market is not as dire as recent headlines suggest.
It’s the most abundant element in the universe, making up about 75% of all matter, and it may hold the key to a future of abundant clean energy.
Every business needs someone willing to put in a form of governance that outlines expectations, boundaries, rules, and policies. Someone must be willing and able to call timeouts and hold everyone accountable to the agreed-upon rules of engagement.