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#SGCSummit2017: Growing With Purpose

Photo courtesy Small Giants & Rooney & Company This year’s Small Giants Summit, held in Detroit, Michigan, included two full days of learning and relationship-building with like-minded, purpose-driven business leaders from around the globe. There’s simply no way that one blog post could cover all the topics and insights we uncovered alongside one another: from Kirsten … Continue reading #SGCSummit2017: Growing With Purpose

The Unpopular World of Accounting Ethics Part II

Note to readers: Normally I really enjoy writing blog posts. This post and the one previously is an exception. These were painful to write but I believe necessary. You be the judge. As Controller of a Texas hotel, the corporate office seized upon us an efficiency program by a company I will keep nameless.  The … Continue reading The Unpopular World of Accounting Ethics Part II

Lessons in Sports, Life & Business

In Be Quick – But Don’t Hurry: Finding Success in the Teachings of a Lifetime, another book on Edoc’c reading list, author Andrew Hill details some of the top lessons he learned from one of (UCLA) basketball’s most well-known coaches, Coach John Wooden. Wooden’s philosophy can inform every entrepreneur on successful teamwork and self-discipline. Here … Continue reading Lessons in Sports, Life & Business

Lessons Learned From Our Friends at Small Giants Chicago (Part 1)

This past week, Small Giants Cincinnati took an action-packed trip to Chicago to connect with some of the Small Giants members who live and work there. So What is Small Giants? Small Giants is a group of like-minded leaders who support each other in their businesses, simply put. The name “Small Giants” comes from the … Continue reading Lessons Learned From Our Friends at Small Giants Chicago (Part 1)

#SmallGiantsCincinnati: Meet Other Likeminded Business Leaders in Our Region

See the PDF version of the infographic here. READ MORE: “Why Join the Small Giants Community?” Kim Sykes is a marketer at Edoc Service, Inc.

Taking Down the Corporate Walls

If you are in the business of factory, on-floor customer or high-intense service sweatshop, you can disregard this post. For the rest of us in the service sector, you know that times are changing and the walls should be taken down. Have the right culture? Consider this:  Drop the scheduled work week Forcing your associates … Continue reading Taking Down the Corporate Walls

The Addiction to Mobile

Can we even remember what life was like before mobile technology? What a wonderful addition with instant access to information both studious and mindless; to games and voyeurism galore. I suspect most of us love the convenience and contact. However, although the Blackberry has moved on, the “Crack-berry” has not. This addiction may not result … Continue reading The Addiction to Mobile

Values, Company Culture & Cultivating Relationships

This post originally appeared on Afidence’s blog. Afidence: Why are your values so important and how do you cultivate your company culture? Benji Reaño Cuéllar: As a company we see partnerships as a fundamental part to building and growing our culture because it builds more than a customer-supplier dynamic, giving space to grow and improve … Continue reading Values, Company Culture & Cultivating Relationships

4 Things You Didn’t Know About Small Giants Cincinnati

Maybe you know just a bit about the Small Giants organization, an organization committed to developing values-driven business leaders. But what else should you know—especially when it comes to the Small Giants Community in Cincinnati? Here are 4 things you should know about #SGCincinnati. 1. This year brings a whole new, revamped Small Giants experience. … Continue reading 4 Things You Didn’t Know About Small Giants Cincinnati

The Virtual Culture Part V

The Fifth Essential: Service Partnering Doing business with a small town flair! The key objective for any company is to show a profit. A culture-driven company however, strives to make a difference in the lives of all their constituents in the course of this. In our company, we have no desire to serve simply as … Continue reading The Virtual Culture Part V

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