As co-host of State Bank of Cross Plains’ new podcast, Wealthways, I get to talk to a lot of professionals about building wealth. One of the questions we ask every guest is, “What does wealth mean to you?”
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With the continuous advances in technology, it’s easier than ever for businesses to get work done remotely. Since so many organizations have spent time working in a remote environment due to COVID-19, we’ve quickly learned what works for this unique situation and which areas need improvement.
When higher education looks back on 2020 in decades to come, the year of the pandemic could be viewed as a turning point for MBAs and other advanced degrees.
As 2020 winds down, there’s reason to hope the worst phase of the pandemic-created recession is behind us. Yet no one will soon forget the economic strain this caused.
The three P’s are people, process, and partnerships. The three P’s are supported and enabled by the two S’s — security and scalability.
Being part of a remote team doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the holidays, it just requires a little more creativity. Fortunately, in the same way that technology makes remote work a viable way to work, so it goes for celebrations within remote offices.
Normally, I am a proponent of buying small businesses. The data shows they make the world go ’round.
The business, social, and political landscapes have changed weekly, if not daily, in 2020. There has been a constant need to keep customers, employees, vendors — stakeholders at all levels — informed.
Our COVID-19 world continues, and the accompanying challenges are enormous for businesses, for residents, and for our entire community. Now, more than ever, we need to look to help everyone in our community and do what we can to keep everyone strong, including ourselves.
Getting hacked hurts. Not only is it often a PR nightmare and the cause of sleepless nights, a company data breach is a financial fright fest that can cost you millions of dollars.