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Big Ideas for Small Companies is written by small business expert Alec Pendleton and is for those interested in the art of sustainable company profits and longevity. So what are the big ideas? A series of proven strategies with two common themes: focussing on what's important and facing problems.
Business will change more radically in the next five years than it has in the last 20. The question for every leader is: Are you ready? Inspired by the Internet of Things Study, the MPI's Internet of Things blog brings the study, its data, and expert opinion to manufacturers everywhere.
Ned Hill teaches the doctoral seminar in public economics in the Glenn College as well as economic development and state and local public policy at both the Glenn College and in OSU’s City and Regional Planning program. As A One-Handed Economist, Ned provides straight talk on business economics.
Legacy Information Technology (IT) often makes a digitized supply chain difficult or impossible. It also hurts manufacturers’ abilities to adopt…more
Are you the owl or the pussycat? Either is fine – having both in your organization is ideal – but being aware of…more
National Public Radio's IdeaStream interviewed Ned Hill, A One-Handed Economist, on the affect of Trump's proposed changes to NAFTA on…more
Manufacturers have always been only as good (or bad) as their supply-chain. Today, traceability rules and problems trickle downstream.more