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Employee Performance Made (Much) Easier


A couple of months ago, I talked about how important managing employee performance was to the overall success of the business. If anything has changed in those last two months, it is that employee performance is a bigger deal than ever. If you own...
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CRM Surges as Brands Demand Measurable Results


Here are several excerpts from an article by Michael Bush and Rupal Parekh, More Marketers Want to Get to Know You: The days of putting millions of dollars against something without being able to track its effectiveness are soon to be over....
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Lessons from the back of the napkin


Tuesday’s event with Dan Roam was a lot of fun. He joined us at Adaptive Path to speak about his book The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures. Dan is a warm, funny speaker with a wealth of stories about using...
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TweetShrink Shrinks Tweets (Duh!) to 140 Character


Shave off those pesky extra characters and shrink your tweet down to 140 characters or less. Tight integration with TweetDeck makes it simple to...
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Creativity for Left-Brained People


As a systems-thinking, ridiculously rational INTP, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been told to, “Stop overthinking!” After all, rational thinking isn’t naturally associated with creativity. I admittedly find it difficult to act on creative...
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Stages of Employee Performance Management


Employee performance reviews need to be conducted using a clear system that everyone understands and follows. If you do this you will increase your ability to manage employee performance – both good and...
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