A Workforce Pilgrim’s Progress Report | Glenn Nott, President, simPRO, North America

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020: How Scale and AI May Become Your Talent Solution | Risk Strategies Company, Boston

Having grown to 38 offices and more than 900 employees, Risk Strategies Company has entered the ranks of leading national insurance brokers with a strut that signals an appetite for M&A. Still, the firm’s hiring function is being challenged in the millennial age as the insurance sector seeks to regain its lost luster. Join us…

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019: Incentives for All | Power Financial Credit Union, Miami, FL

Join us when Allan Prindle, CEO, Power Financial Credit Union, explains how a restructuring of employee incentives allowed the membership organization to energize its member service initiatives and help to open PFCU’s latest growth chapter. Guest: Allan Prindle Company: Power Financial Credit Union Headquarters: Miami, Florida Contact:  www.powerfi.org     @PowerFiCU (Twitter)

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018: Where Culture and Brand Are One | Anchor Brewing, San Francisco

When Japan’s Sapporo acquired craft-beer pioneer Anchor Brewing last year, many craft brewers characterized the transaction as the end of an era. It’s one on which John Dannerbeck now looks back fondly, having worked alongside the brewery’s legendary owner, Fritz Maytag, and the eclectic mix of seasoned managers who stubbornly rejected the notion of growth for…

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017: Scalable Business, Scalable Values | AHEAD, Chicago, Illinois

It’s no secret that the IT infrastructure and applications business is experiencing hypergrowth these days. And few technology business leaders are more focused on making the appropriate investments to scale their businesses than those who compete inside the managed services realm. Join us when AHEAD CEO Dan Adamany explains how “cultural fit” is now top-of-mind…

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016: Holacracy and the Self-Management Principle | Best Upon Request, Cincinnati, OH

Concierge services companies first began dotting the business landscape more than 20 years ago, but only a few have successfully climbed into the ranks of middle-market firms. Join us when Tillie Hidalgo Lima, CEO of Best Upon Request, reveals the singular path her firm is now blazing as it champions the self-management principles of Holacracy.…

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015: The Servant Leader | Art Barter, CEO, Datron World Communications

Few U.S. manufacturers appear to have defied the laws of global economics as effectively as Datron World Communications. Capturing 90 percent of its annual revenue overseas, Datron has continued to diligently serve its global customers from a 100,000-square-foot San Diego manufacturing facility. Join us when Datron CEO Art Barter explains the unique technologies and regulatory…

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014: A.I. and the Future of Compensation | Chris Cabrera, CEO, Xactly Corp.

What if your company had unique lines of sight into the compensation best practices and approaches of your customers, and what if those lines of sight annually generated reams of data endowing your firm with a pool of strategic data that few firms—if any—could yet match? Join us when Xactly Corporation CEO Christopher Cabrera explains how…

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013: Energizing Your Workforce with Open Book Management

Featuring CFO Thought Leaders Few names are better known in the realm of multiplatform games than Unity Technologies. The software developer’s focus on “democratized game development” has primed the pump for independent game producers and led Unity to boast that its technology is already responsible for roughly 70 percent of virtual reality and augmented reality…

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012: Once Private, Now Public: Protecting Your Workforce Culture | Matt Calkins, CEO, Appian

When software firm Appian went public last May, its cofounders put an end to 17 years of private ownership. CEO Matt Calkins discusses the company’s post-IPO life and explains how Appian plans to preserve the company’s unique workforce culture and continue to fuel the serial reinvention of its offerings. How do you make a great…

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