Viewing Posts from April, 2012
When I do home projects, I sometimes make a plan. Other times (that would be most of the time), I just get into the project and figure it out as I go along. I wish my preference was the former, but in practice my plan is typically a work in...
Editor's note: Last week, Jan Blittersdorf was recognized by the White House as a Champion of Change for her work advancing new ideas that are leading the way to a clean energy future and an economy that’s built to last.
Every April as the ground thaws, the buds crack open, and the days grow longer, Earth Day arrives with its gentle reminder: “It’s the Planet, Stupid.”
Wind turbine on a remote wind farm (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
And so it is for every functional area within a business. When times are good, it’s easy to maintain existing relationships. When times are tough, it’s easy for a business to neglect existing relationships and chase after new ones.