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Winning the Talent Wars

By John F. Dini If you haven’t heard the term “Talent Wars” yet, you have now. They are heating up, and most small businesses aren’t very well equipped to compete in them. “Talent Wars” refers to a growing shortage in the U.S. labor market for properly trained and educated employees. Starting prior to the Great […]

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Hunting in a Farmer’s World

By John F. Dini Everyone in business is either a Hunter or a Farmer. The working style that fits you best isn’t really a matter of choice, nor is it determined by your job description. It is ingrained by eons of cultural evolution. The working styles of a hunter and farmer are markedly different. Hunters […]

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Beating the Boomer Bust

By John F. Dini More than 60% of U.S. business owners are over 50 years old, and many of them are looking toward retirement and the process of attracting and vetting potential buyers to take the reins. The differences in yesterday’s and today’s business landscapes are stark—as Boomers were raised in a highly competitive environment, […]