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Cashing in with Dan Brown

Cashing in with Dan Brown

The executive manager of Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison spoke about the future of the casino at the Jan. 16 Icons in Business event.

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Amy Reiter, Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association

Amy Reiter, Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Amy Reiter, executive director, Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association.

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Leader to Leader

with Terry Siebert

Want agile transformation? First you need team alignment

A team needs to be aligned on any team project before proceeding, and unfortunately, it doesn’t happen very frequently.

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Open Mic

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6 changes you should make in how you think about money

If you are really serious about taking control of your financial situation in the coming years, start by examining your relationship with money.

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Legal Login

with Mindi Giftos

Looking for a New Year’s cyber resolution? Try perpetual vigilance

Most people enjoy improvements and innovations when it comes to consumer electronics, but the unfortunate truth is that cybercriminals are innovating and improving their techniques and tactics, as well.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Federal rules on data privacy make more sense than state-by-state laws

After decades of willingly sharing their personal information online — sometimes with people, companies, and groups they don’t even know — most Americans think it’s time to regain a measure of control.

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Exit Stage Right

with Martha Sullivan

Is that unsolicited offer of a new job or to buy your company too good to be true?

We just came through that time of year that’s often filled with surprises and gifts of things you had no idea you needed.

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Making Madison

with Buckley Brinkman

Future workforce growth requires collaboration with everybody — EVERY. BODY.

Wisconsin faces a serious obstacle to our economic growth aspirations. An aging population and historically low fertility rates combine to create a huge shortage of the people necessary to keep our workforce strong.

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The Gray Area

with Donna Gray

Networking tips for the reluctant networker

Whether you love it or hate it, business networking is one of the needed skills at the heart of building successful and beneficial relationships with other businesspeople and prospective customers.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Survival rate high for young Wisconsin firms

The mythology that Wisconsin is somehow not a good place to start and grow a business took another hit the other day from someone who digests and understands the data.

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Is America’s corporate culture in the dark ages?

American work habits can seem downright oppressive when viewed from afar.

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How attacks by Trump and Congressional Republicans have had a chilling effect on whistleblowing

​I am an employment law attorney, not a political strategist or commentator. However, the current presidency is notable for its effect on workplace law. Only a few other modern presidents can say they’ve had a significant effect on the everyday worker in such a short amount of time. Some of these effects have been positive; others, not so much.

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Tips for women who have their sights set on the C-suite

Without question, statistics show that greater diversity within an organization drives better performance and more innovation.

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