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A new movie, “The Dark Years,” depicts Winston Churchill during the perilous times he faced in 1940 when he first became prime minister. The country… Continue reading
Even with limited resources, small business need to prepare contingency plans, because things do happen.
They dominate the apartment market and their wants need to be accounted for, says columnist Tom Hoban.
Here are three strategies to push through even when things look the bleakest.
Managers should be aware that applicant testing is an area of numerous risks to the unwary.
To own a slice of the earth from its center to the heavens is precisely how private property rights work in the United States. The… Continue reading
The controversies swirling around the productivity data at the national level are not really a concern for individual businesses. Owners and managers can still make… Continue reading
Zig Ziglar, American motivational speaker I love this… Continue reading
I learn best by talking to people and I seem to be deeply curious about everything. So when I hop in a cab, I usually… Continue reading
‘We’re people builders,” says Guy Cochran, owner of DVE Store of Everett in describing his company. These words really stuck with me after a recent… Continue reading
James O. Hornfischer’s bestseller, “The Last Stand of The Tin Can Sailors,” describes the ships and the men who sailed them into battle…and almost certain… Continue reading
Most of us associate Six Sigma with improving the manufacturing process. Originally developed by Motorola, Six Sigma is a data-driven approach toward improving process, quality… Continue reading
Whether or not you use the airport, if you are a resident or business owner in the Everett area, commercial passenger service at Snohomish County’s… Continue reading
How well do your employees treat each other? Christine Porath, an associate professor of management at Georgetown University, has found workplace incivility has dramatically increased… Continue reading
Editor’s note: James McCusker has recovered from an extended illness that kept him from writing his regular column. He wants you to know that he… Continue reading
Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson’s about-face earlier this year on running for what would be a fourth term came as a bit of a surprise to… Continue reading
It’s crucial to learn how to work with focus, considering the many distractions luring us in every day. You can use your calendar dutifully as… Continue reading