Healthcare is a big business and is only continuing to grow. Because of this, technology must adapt and transform to meet the needs of the public. Failed healthcare IT projects are nothing new. However, they surely are something that can be learned from. In every failure is a lesson that can be used for a future project - a lesson that can help to save, or better, someone else's life.
You are ready to take your business to the next level. Sure, it’s healthy, but you also realize that without growth that it will stagnate and could also become nonviable. Yet, so far you just can’t seem to make it happen. You just haven’t been able to take it to the next level. The time is now - hire a business coach to help you expand and grow your business. Get all the info you need here.
As we enter the age of the entrepreneur, more and more people are moving to self-employment in an effort to achieve that elusive "work-life balance", the lifestyle that for many will be truly afforded only by creating and building their own businesses. The sad thing is that for many who start businesses, the dream all too quickly turns into a nightmare as they chase sales, cash flow, and the clock. There is, however, a solution to constantly chasing the clock and struggling to make ends meet.
Why should you use your valuable time creating a document that tries to look into the future while the world is changing around you? How can you decide now what you will be doing in one year's time, or three or even five?
"Very simple and professional"
PROMOTE! is about you and your future. It is about personal promotion on the job. It is about getting the promotion and the raise and keeping your job in the age of downsizing. PROMOTE! is about having the confidence to directly address your accomplishments with those who control your destiny on the job: your supervisors.
In the world of entrepreneurship, your vision solidifies your resolve when things get tough, and it reminds you why you went into business in the first place. Authors, brothers, and serial entrepreneurs, Matthew and Adam Toren have compiled a wealth of valuable information on the passionate and pragmatic realities of starting your own business. They've also gathered insights from some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs. This book delivers the information that both established and budding entrepreneurs need.
"wasn't for me."
You should keep it simple if you want to keep your customers.
The characteristics that enable a company to grow revenues by at least 5 percent year after year.
Are you thinking about selling your business? This audiobook is filled with practical, step-by-step advice that will help you get the most cash for the blood, sweat, and tears you've invested. Gerry T. Pandaleon, CPA, CMA, FCPA, brings three decades of experience as a CPA, controller, and CFO to this user-friendly guide to selling your business. Her lively, arm-around-your-shoulder style teaches you how to build equity into your business while preparing it for sale.
Every business situation is both a presentation and a chance to leave a positive impression. In Talk Your Way to the Top, corporate communications gurus Kevin Daley and Laura Daley-Caravella give listeners the know-how to recognize and maximize the opportunities they face throughout the day.
"Great formulas for speaking with confidence."
Showing organizations how business model innovation should be a key focus area in today's global economy, this book features cases from businesses around the globe that have developed customized business models and achieved spectacular levels of performance. Filled with interviews with key executives, this audiobook reveals the role of technology in driving and enabling changes to fundamental facets of a business. Companies around the world are innovating their business models with tremendous results. IT-Driven Business Models shows interested organizations how they can start the process.
Far too many executives, salespeople, consultants, and even rank-and-file employees suck at communicating. Some think that they're speaking and writing effectively when they drop ostensibly sophisticated terms like paradigm shift, synergy, net-net, form factor, and optics. Others think that they're being clever.
"Wanted to like it, too much seemed repetitive"
You'll discover solutions that are ideal for overly cautious companies. From the December 2007 issue of Harvard Business Review.
It's not easy being an IT manager. There are constant staffing issue, budget issues, project issues, and the challenge of keeping your management informed about what is going on. The one thing that too many of us end up overlooking as we try to accomplish all of these things is that we have one more management job to do: Manage our careers.
The IT world is fascinating inside and out. Every year, new technologies come to the market to much appeal and praise, from phones to computers to cybersecurity programs. However, what people do not see covered in the press as much are the IT projects that do not make it big. A realty of the technology world is that projects fail every year - many projects. Furthermore, government entities, who one would think had all tools necessary to launch a successful IT project, have a long list of failed IT projects.
>Dream It, Do It, Live It offers practical, understandable, and doable guidance on achieving any goal in nine easy steps. With case studies of real people who achieved their own dreams, this easy-to-read illustrated guide will help you focus on the dream you want to make real and the constructive and meaningful steps you can take to today to make that dream happen. No matter where you want to go in life, there's always a way to get there. Dream It, Do It, Live It gives you the practical, real-world advice you need to set out on the road to your ultimate success.
In It’s Not Just Who You Know, Tommy Spaulding—the former CEO of Up With People—has written the new How to Win Friends and Influence People for the 21st century. Success—in business and in life—is all about relationships. In this powerful guide to reaching out to others, Spaulding takes Dale Carnegie’s classic philosophy to the next level—how to create lasting relationships that go well beyond mere superficial contacts and “second floor” relationships.
"Another networking book"
Who Says It’s a Man’s World helps women navigate the rocky path from cubicle to executive suite. This ultra-practical guide offers an ideal “Success Profile” along with the measurable action steps needed to excel in each of five reputation-enhancing areas: personal development, social skills, effectiveness, team building, and leadership.
Peter Cappelli confronts the myth of the skills gap and provides an actionable path forward to put people back to work. Even in a time of perilously high unemployment, companies contend that they cannot find the employees they need. Pointing to a skills gap, employers argue applicants are simply not qualified; schools aren't preparing students for jobs; the government isn't letting in enough high-skill immigrants; and even when the match is right, prospective employees won’t accept jobs at the wages offered.