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Why Can't We Be Like Them?

by: McHenry Consulting
Thursday, February 23, 2017 - 11:42

Why do some companies achieve results year after year and others in the same space cannot? Why do some organizations experience double digit percentage growth every year while the industry ambles along at a sub 10% growth rate?

Wednesday, January 25, 2017 - 10:31

A recent New York Times article caught my eye, the associated picture was of a man suspended in the air in a cage type apparatus, it was dark, a search light shining and rain pouring down. I assumed it was some rescue endeavor or an international crisis I had missed. The title of the article though was something about employee training and morale. Huh?

CEO Profile: John Dial

by: McHenry Consulting
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 - 09:39

Intercoastal Payroll Solutions, true to its namesake is a PEO based in the beautiful intercoastal town of Fort Pierce, Florida. CEO, John Dial, our executive profile this month, is an industry veteran and has spent the last six years building Intercoastal Payroll Solutions.

IPS prides itself as being a full service PEO with the ability to customize payroll and HR solutions that meet the individual needs of their client. John is a family man, who takes the same personal approach to his clients and employees.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017 - 08:55

The title of this article is based upon a famous quotation by President Dwight Eisenhower in a speech given to the National Defense Executive Reserve Conference in Washington D.C on November 14, 1957.

This article is based upon a June 21, 2016 article “Strategic Plans are less important than Strategic Planning” by Graham Kenny in the Harvard business Review.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 - 13:36

We hear a lot of talk about “Strategic Partnerships” and I wonder if it makes sense to take a plain look at just why they could be valuable. More importantly, however, lets also look at some of the traditional pitfalls and how best to avoid them.

First and foremost, I see two fundamental reasons to form an alliance with a third party:

•To expand my value proposition by including the third party’s value proposition into my own by packaging their product in a specific way
•To expand my sales reach by packaging my value proposition within another’s

In any case, a significant amount of diligence is required in formatting the specifics, however, one litmus test can take care of a lot of early qualification...


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