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Category Archives: Company Culture

Culture: How to Engage Remote Employees

Culture article originally published on Entrepreneur.com.
Culture is how things get done in an organization. That’s why it’s critically important to get right.

|28 Jun 2017

CEO Interview Series: Fred Goff, Jobcase

I recently had a chance to interview Fred Goff, CEO of Jobcase, one of Boston’s fastest growing tech companies with more than 50 million registered members and 100 web properties.

|27 Sep 2016

Team Building Core to CEO Success

We are doing a disservice to our future leaders: We grade them in school almost exclusively on their individual efforts, and then in the workplace we judge them almost exclusively on their ability to build and influence teams.

|12 Aug 2016

Beacon CEO Flies New Airline Service

https://theamericanceo.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Wade-Eyerly_Joel-Trammell.

|20 Oct 2015

The Top 15 Essential CEO Skills

What are the CEO skills needed for success on the job? Once CEOs understand the five responsibilities of the role and the six ways they should spend their time, I think there are 15 key skills they should cultivate.

|21 Apr 2015

Austin CEOs Have Class! (starting in April)

Calling all CEOs in the Austin area: I am ramping up for my annual CEO class sponsored by the Rice Alliance Austin Chapter, Austin Technology Incubator, and the Austin Technology Council.

|10 Mar 2015

Screw the Valley?! A Tour of America’s New Tech Startup Culture

How’s this for a provocative book title? “Screw the Valley: A Coast-to-Coast Tour of America’s New Tech Startup Culture.

|13 Jan 2015

Metrics Can Improve Performance – Even in Government!

How did former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels turn a $600 million budget deficit into a multibillion-dollar budget surplus, cut property taxes, and improve services across the state? It was all about goals, metrics and accountability.

|02 Dec 2014

“Monolithic insanity” & other notes on office spaces

Knowledge workers need private areas to do their work. Here’s why.

|16 Oct 2014

Is Jack Ma’s Priority of Customers, Employees Then Shareholders Correct?

“Customers first, employees second, and shareholders third,” wrote CEO Jack Ma in a letter to investors in advance of Alibaba’s record-breaking $25 billion IPO.

|02 Oct 2014

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