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Strategies for being effective in committees

Making Committees Work for You

By Tim J. Smith, PhD May 18, 2021

How do you get things done in a committee? We join many committees for many reasons, but generally we join them for a purpose: to get things done. If it is a pre-existing standing committee, however, we rarely find we can accomplish our goals initially. Rather, we have to gain permission (buy-in) prior to driving our agenda. How do we do that? I can’t speak for everyone, because I am not an…

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Luxury Goods and Pricing Power

Luxury Goods and Pricing Power

By Nathan L. Phipps February 19, 2021

The story of the coronavirus recession and recovery is a story of unequal outcomes. Not all people are being impacted equally, and…

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Critical skills applicable to all career pursuits

Building Career-Agnostic Skills

By Kyle T. Westra February 19, 2021

I pulled down this mug the other day and gave it a good look for the first time in years. It’s a…

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New English language words created 520 words in 2020

“Words. Words. Words.”

By James T. Berger February 19, 2021

“Words. Words. Words.” –William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act 2 Scene 2 The constantly evolving English language created 520 words in 2020, the Merriam-Webster…

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Profit Bridge diagram - improving profits through pricing - from Tim J. Smith, PhD

Measuring the Impact of Pricing Initiatives

By Tim J. Smith, PhD January 18, 2021

Pricing professionals are generally hired to accomplish a simple goal: improve profits. But how do you measure the impact of pricing on…

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