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SSM-St. Mary's unveils renovated behavioral health unit

SSM-St. Mary's unveils renovated behavioral health unit

The renovation and expansion includes a calming and therapeutic environment to help patients and their families with a quiet, safe, and comfortable space to rest and heal.

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Abby Polnow, FPC Live

Abby Polnow, FPC Live

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Abby Polnow, senior special events manager, FPC Live.

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Legal Login

with Mindi Giftos

What you need to know about the legal implications of data scraping

Data scraping is a technical means for gathering and copying targeted data from a website or other database.

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7 business takeaways from the Sears demise

In every great game, the win is determined by what you bring to the playing field. The world of business is no different. As a long-time business owner, I saw things Sears could have done early on to save the company. Here’s what they are.

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Simple way businesses can improve safety in 2019

The new year brings fresh opportunities to tackle new business objectives. If you’re like most local companies, you may have already established your sales, profitability, and operations goals for the year — but do you have your workplace safety goals in place?

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Exit Stage Right

with Martha Sullivan

Unpacking stage one of value maturity: Identify

In my last post, Introducing the 5 stages of value maturity, the question was posed: Where is your company at within the stages of value maturity?

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4 ways your lobby could make a better first impression

When people enter the front door of your business, what impression do they get about your brand?

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Evers’ message to business group measured, but largely upbeat

Gov. Tony Evers is the first to admit that, after 40-plus years as an educator, he’s not going to be a leopard who changes his spots. He’s passionate about schools at all levels because that’s where he spent his career before running for governor.

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Live Well, Work Well

with Debra Lafler

In business and life, resolve to live like you're dying

Did you create any New Year’s resolutions? For yourself? For your company? I’d like to invite you to go deeper than you usually go, and do things differently this year. I want you to make your plan as if you are dying.

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Making your next presentation music to everyone’s ears

“What you said is music to my ears!” It’s a wonderful compliment, made even better if it’s ever said about a speech or presentation that you’ve given.

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Making Madison

with Buckley Brinkman

New year means it's time to get back to work

Change is afoot and we need to be ready. We face three major issues — the body gap, an exponential change rate, and alignment around pragmatic actions. How we respond to these challenges will determine our destiny.

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Challenges and choices in sales 2019

From 1970 to 2010, the dominant sales cycle model was based on the consultative sales process. However, today new sales processes are emerging to challenge the consultative status quo.

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Strategies for responding to a state of Wisconsin services RFP

To win a competitive request for proposal (RFP) solicitation, businesses should adopt a strategic and thoughtful approach that begins before the RFP solicitation is made public and continues after the award is announced.

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The Gray Area

with Donna Gray

Setting your GPS for the new year

Happy new year! Time flies when we’re having fun! Just the other day it was Jan. 1, 2018, and here we are already starting another year. It’s time to set the GPS for success in the coming year.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Some economic trends to follow in the new year

We’re only a week into 2019, so the New Year is still an infant crying to be adopted by a nurturing economic forecast. Here are a few prognostications and trends to watch.

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Progressive HR

with Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek

HR insights to propel organizations forward in 2019

Closing out a very exciting and productive 2018, I thought it would be a great idea to offer insights from some of Wisconsin’s executives and HR leaders, with the intent to create a list of seven progressive HR “predictions” for 2019.

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6 tips for women entering the workforce in 2019

As the CEO and co-founder of a leading financial technology company, I have some advice for young women looking for or settling into their first jobs in 2019.

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Archive »Biz Report

Does Apple Computers need Epic Systems?

Promega expansion gets $1.5M from WEDC

Evers advocates pathway for pot

Shopko files for Chapter 11, closes both Madison stores

Kahler Slater moves local office to Willy Street

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Recent Comments

  • Evers advocates pathway for pot

    Many inherent problems? Tobacco products are legal in Wisconsin. Alcohol is legal in Wisconsin. Marijuana is safer than both. With the same age-related restrictions in place as those products, and ...
  • Evers advocates pathway for pot

    Stop and think what legalization means...is it only about the money it will bring in or is about the well being of families in our state. While I imagine the referendum will pass as there are ...
  • Does Apple Computers need Epic Systems?

    One word...Amazon.
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