4 Ways We Might Draw Momentum From The Current Crisis

Author: Chris Swan and John Ryan

How well are American businesses navigating the tidal wave of Covid-19?

We surveyed nearly 100 companies in 10 diverse sectors to assess the response of American companies to the sea of changes triggered by the pandemic. The results are fascinating. Read on to find out the key findings and learn what your company can do to conquer the crisis and emerge stronger than before.

4 Ways We Might Draw Momentum From The Current Crisis

Author: John Ryan

Without a doubt, 2020 has been a year for the history books. Between the Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant recession, the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent protests, 2020 has shaken us out of our comfort zones, demanding that we wake up, pay attention, evolve.

Tomorrow Will Be Different; Are You Ready For What Comes Next?

A new survey of American executives indicates 50% of employees will continue to work from home after the lockdown and businesses will shift their priorities to focus on being more agile and prepared for change.  

Tomorrow Will Be Different; Are You Ready For What Comes Next?

Author: Chris Swan

It's hard to believe how much American life has changed in 2020. After enjoying a robust economy with a record-breaking streak of job growth, it's unimaginable that millions of Americans have now lost their jobs, while COVID-19 infections are nearing the grim two million milestone with 110,000 deaths.

Choosing a CEO of the USA - POTUS?

Author: Chris Swan

Selecting a leader to steer our country is an important decision, but it can be hard to make the right decision with all the opinions and hyperbole humming around us. Everything seems compounded with an endless news cycle, a gyrating stock market, and a pandemic disrupting everything in our lives.

It Doesn’t Benefit Your Business to Ignore Signs of Recession

Author: John Ryan

Simply stated: I believe that pursuing diversity makes better business sense than recruiting a homogenous team. A diverse team is more likely to embrace and value innovation and to interpret market changes and disruption. Diverse teams will make more informed decisions than homogenous teams, because they are informed by a greater array of perspectives. If you’re looking to reach a broad audience, as most businesses are, and the brains of your organization is comprised of only American men, Japanese women, Millennial men, Boomer women, etc., then you’re simply going to miss things.

It Doesn’t Benefit Your Business to Ignore Signs of Recession

Author: Chris Swan

In September, I sponsored the AEC Advisor’s Chief Executive Summit in Manhattan. It was the inaugural event for this AEC Advisors, a split-off from the EFCG. The attendees include 260 CEO’s and other top industry executives from architecture, engineering, environmental, and a few construction executives. The sessions were focused on business valuation, excellence in performance, and corporate development. It was a mix of industry leading-public firms and ambitious boutiques.

quit your bad boss

Author: John Ryan

Could your family and friends be getting sick of hearing you complain about your boss? Do you find yourself making regular post-work proclamations like: “You’ll never believe what he did,” or “you’ll never guess what she said”?

 

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