Because of disruption, use of technology can break (or make!) your business objectives

Use of technology has exerted a transformative effect on businesses since the late 1800s, but the process has ...

Technology paradox: Why business leaders shouldn’t delegate I.T. oversight

We live in an era of true technology paradox: Business leaders can’t delegate I.T. oversight—but few executives want to ...

Rule 5 of becoming a great place to work: Jazz up new employee onboarding

“Jazz up new employee onboarding: Welcoming and training staff as part of the employee experience” is part 5 in a…

Baby Boomers and Gen Xers and the “T” word

Many Baby Boomers and early Gen Xers hope they can avoid the “T” word long enough to exit the workforce gracefully before ...

Rule 4 of becoming a great place to work: Bag your BHAG

One of Jim Collins's most innovative business strategies is the BHAG—the “Big Hairy Audacious Goal.” Five years ago, NetGain ...

What they really think of you: Putting Net Promoter Scores to use

In 2016, we began using the Net Promoter System (NPS) to analyze NetGain’s reputation among our clients. Simplicity is the ...

Why health care executives should be ahead of I.T.

80 percent of these executives stated that cyber-attacks had compromised their I.T. This trend will only get worse as time ...

Rule 3 of becoming a great place to work: Make your clients love you

In a hypercompetitive services industry, holding on to great clients cannot be an afterthought. It requires nothing short of ...

5 reasons CEOs outsource their I.T.

Outsourcing used to be a dirty word. Today, successful companies contract support providers to handle functions that are ...