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The Healthcare Hangout is Back!

The Healthcare Hangout is Back!We’ve spent the last few weeks working on bringing you more great content. New sessions have been added to the Healthcare Hangout online series which will start on September 17 and run through the end of 2020. Join us online for...

Improve Data Analysis for Better Business Decisions

One of the best examples of something gone terribly wrong is New Coke. In 1985 Coke decided to change the iconic formula of Coke to re-energize the brand and battle with Pepsi to take more market share. Based on taste tests of nearly 200,000 it was decided that the...

Why Nonprofits Flock to Sage Intacct

“It’s easy, it’s powerful, it’s cost effective, and the reporting is really flexible” That’s how Don Miller, Chief Financial and Administrative Officer for Meals on Wheels, describes the financial management solution Sage Intacct. Despite that praise, however, the...

Strategies and Tools for SaaS Finance Leaders

Please be our guest for the SaaS Success Series!  Join us online for a complimentary 4-week series for SaaS finance leaders focused on how we can lead our organizations out of crisis and re-ignite growth. SaaS experts and SaaS finance leaders throughout the country...

The Impact of Initial Design

May 18, 2020 There’s a difference between wanting to check your email, Facebook notifications and spending your time well. Years ago business people were addicted to Blackberries, now they are addicted to their iPhone. Today designers need to consider the downstream...

Is Your Business Approaching a Tipping Point?

In the late 70’s Tandy/Radio Shack, Texas Instruments and Apple had the beginnings of a personal computer. Most were used for gaming and personal empowerment but most business people didn’t see the value add. It was a toy for hobbyists, hackers, and nerds. The tipping...

Going Against the Grain

Joe Ricketts built Ameritrade which merged with Toronto-Dominion and is now TD Ameritrade. Back in the 80’s he was frustrated with the clunky PC’s and floppy disks that customers had to install on their own to process stock orders. So he did something different –...

Has Your Business Outgrown Narrow AI?

Narrow AI works fine for chess or the game of Go because there are a defined set of rules to follow and multiple game scenarios that can be run to fine tune the best strategies/outcome. The rub comes with general AI where the rules are not so defined. For example, why...

Gain Real Value with Step Innovation

Most people think of innovation as a ground breaking, disrupting event but in reality there are different types of innovation. Making something better does not require a clean-sheet approach to create – take your current baseline and innovate in steps to get value add...

Does Your Quote Include the A-Team?

Barry Coyne Universities today don’t want you to know about adjunct professors – no chance of tenure, no benefits, a race to the bottom as colleges try to mitigate teaching costs as they compete for a diminishing student population. Just like choosing the right...

The Future of Work is Multi-Disciplinary Expertise

The future of work will probably look a lot different than today, especially for the accounting field and other white collar jobs. Accounting firms today may offer tax and audit but will need to become versed in multi-disciplinary expertise like consulting or other...

Upskilling: The New Buzz Word

Lauren Weber, Wall Street Journal wrote a recent article about companies failing to reskill their employees in this age of disruption. Companies can’t assume the “buy, not build” talent strategy because it’s getting more difficult to acquire the necessary skill sets...

6 Reasons Cloud Accounting Is Here To Stay

  Brothers Chip and Dan Heath published Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die, in 2007. Their idea premise is “stickiness” and it’s core values are below Simple – find the core of any idea Unexpected – grab people's attention by surprising them...

The Paradigm Shift That Caught Us By Surprise

Your biggest risk isn’t failure; it’s sustained mediocrity (Wroblewski, 2017). This quote applies today more than ever as disruption is front and center for many businesses. Here are some examples of the paradigm shift, which caught most of us by surprise. Uber –...

6 Degrees of Separation

  Forty five years ago Stanley Milgram mailed out parcels to one hundred people in Omaha, NE working on his “six degrees of separation”. His whimsical method gave him the theory but not the proof. That changed in 2011 when the scale of Facebook proved that he was...

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