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Companies often have too many meetings, but the halftime meeting is one you can’t afford to pass up. Just ask Tyronn Lue, LeBron James, and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Source: Forbes | It's Halftime 2016: Time To Step Up Your Game...

Adam Smith is one of the few historical thinkers whose work has stood the test of time. And it is more than coincidence that he published his seminal work, The Wealth of Nations, in 1776, the year of our nation’s independence. Source: Forbes | A Capitalist...

Getting employees involved, helping them learn to think like businesspeople, sharing the wealth that they help create—this is what it will take to make American capitalism competitive again. And in the process, it just might save or generate a few more manufacturing jobs. Source: Forbes |...

Open-book management is an approach that costs very little to implement, that puts more money in everyone’s pockets, and that turns employees from hired hands into businesspeople. Source: Forbes | Engage Your Employees - In Making Money...

If you can create an incentive plan that avoids the four pitfalls, you’ll have your whole team on your side, playing to win. That’s what makes a company unstoppable. Source: Forbes | The Four Mistakes That Will Kill Your Incentive Plan...

Businesses are always on the hunt for customer feedback. They e-mail us surveys. They ask us to stay on the phone after a service call to rate the interaction. Source: Harvard Business Review | Track Customer Experience, but Don’t Forget the Financials...

Manufacturers are cutting or recasting supervisors and investing in self-managing teams. But how can employees make good decisions unless they understand the economics of the business? Source: Leadership Journal | The Self-Managing Plant...

Maybe it’s the Internet’s influence, but younger workers like to ask ‘why’, and they expect quick answers. You can satisfy them by opening up about your company’s financial performance, engaging them in continuous improvement efforts, and sharing the rewards. Source: Leadership Journal | CHANGING WORKFORCE? CHANGE THE...

If you’re searching for ways to improve employee engagement, you’ll find lots of laundry lists. Fourteen tips. Seven steps. Source: Harvard Business Review | Share Your Financials to Engage Employees...