Accelerating change continues to shorten the cycle of obsolescence — the amount of time it takes for learning to become obsolete — and I want to believe that I can stay sharp and relevant.
I often hear it said that there need to be more business, leadership, or entrepreneurial development opportunities for women in Madison.
As you might know I have a hunger for reading, but more importantly it’s a hunger for actually thinking about what I read and then doing something with it.
The speculation began within minutes of when President Trump, speaking in Waukesha and alluding to negotiations with an unspecified company, told Gov. Scott Walker he might get “a very happy surprise very soon.”
As recently reported in the news, The Mixing Bowl Bakery in Sauk City is under fire for accusations of violations of child labor laws.
If you’re curious about mindfulness but feel like you already have too much to do, relax. You can experience it without adding anything to your day.
I’m definitely a creature of habit. I ride my bike — on the exact same route — every Saturday and Sunday.
Whether you are a business owner, a future one, or work for one, what are the skills you need to constantly develop and succeed?
Have you ever heard of Shark Tank? I’m not talking about diving deep into the ocean to watch sharks lurk about from behind bars. The ABC television show broadcasts businessmen and women looking to gain investments in their homegrown products and services.
Big data. Business intelligence. Predictive analytics. Strategies reserved for huge companies with huge budgets, right? Wrong.
After much anticipation and speculation, the final regulations changing the salary basis test for determining exemption status have arrived. Among other changes, the final regulations have more than doubled the amount that employees must minimally be paid in order to be considered exempt. This is no small matter, as it is anticipated that millions of currently exempt employees will be affected.
Across essentially all industries, business would grind to a halt if data on products, customers, vendors, and business processes became unavailable.
At a recent lunch meeting, a few business friends were discussing their upcoming vacation plans, while a couple of them were making excuses for why they can’t get away.
There is a noteworthy project going on right now to celebrate and, more importantly, learn from the 14-year term of Governor Tommy G. Thompson.
As a technology lawyer who concentrates on the Internet of Things (“IoT”), it was a stark reminder that the IoT is here and is beginning to more pervasively intertwine into the daily fabric of our lives.