In Stephen Covey’s book, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, this is habit number two. The idea is that the activities of an individual or organization should be driven by the end goal. What are you trying to
As I share my thoughts month after month about the importance of the human element in business, I feel compelled to remember my former partner and, more importantly, my friend, Jay Spitz, who was taken from us far too soon.
"One of the technologies Vice President Al Gore is pushing is the information superhighway, which will link everyone at home or office to everything else – movies and television shows, shopping services,
A friend who received his stimulus payment as an actual check in the mail, knew I was working on this article and suggested I take a look at what the IRS sent him. Examining the official looking envelope.
In the business world, different groups of people are assigned labels. You have owners, shareholders, executives, partners, management, and employees. You have strategic business partners, vendors, and customers.
There is no sugarcoating the fact that the coronavirus pandemic is affecting everyone in our country. Businesses that require face-to-face interaction with customers, from restaurants to dentists to theatre companies, are being shut down.
Over the past several years, the concept of digital transformation has become a top business priority. As adoption of artificial intelligence (AI), cloud-based systems, the Internet of Things, and other advanced technologies continues to expand, organizations are weaving these tools into every business process and, in many cases, changing how they operate to optimize productivity, efficiency, and the customer experience. More and more organizations are investing heavily in technology-driven initiatives, as they should.
Craig A. Manzino, a Partner-in-Charge of the Business Management Group of Prager Metis CPAs, was interviewed in the Entrepreneur, in an article titled: Cynthia Nixon Has a Corporation, and That's Totally Normal for Professionals Like Her. Click here to read the full article.
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