Anyone that has worked in an entrepreneurial atmosphere understands that strict processes and procedures in a nascent company are not only relatively meaningless, but also hard to develop. If your company offers a service, chances are the product is highly... Read More →
In a Slate article entitled “Management Consultants Can Save the World,” authors Ray Fishman and Tim Sullivan poke fun at the grandiosity of management consultants (and their general reputation) at the World Economic Forum, and, at the same time, defend... Read More →
Dr. Ralph Maurer, EMH Principal and Executive Director of Tulane University’s Levy-Rosenblum Institute for Entrepreneurship, will deliver the keynote address at the CASRO Management Conference next week in New Orleans. For more information on the event, click here.
If you are a successful business owner, or one who works for a thriving business, you are undoubtedly prepared to deal with the daily challenges that can (and do) get thrown your way. From diversifying your product line as a... Read More →
Bright and early on the morning of October 11th, 2012, New Orleans entrepreneurs and community leaders came together for a New Orleans Chamber and EO Louisiana- sponsored breakfast event. The gathering featured NY Times bestselling author and Detroit Venture Partners... Read More →
In an April 2012 article entitled “Is there a payoff from top-team diversity?” from McKinsey Quarterly, Thomas Barta, Markus Kleiner, and Tilo Neumann discuss the benefits a company can reap from possessing diversity among its senior level executives. This sounds... Read More →
Consultants are often asked “what do you do?” On Showtime’s new management consulting-themed show House of Lies, Don Cheadle’s character Marty Kahn says this is the question consultants fear the most, requiring a verbal song and dance to get past.... Read More →