The Unpopular World of Accounting Ethics – Part 1
One would think that ethical practices in accounting are easy to implement, or at least find acceptance. Greed too often prevails however and it may be harder than you think. During my college years (years ago) I was privileged to work for a large corporation in the Corporate Accounting Department. It is interesting to see … Continue reading The Unpopular World of Accounting Ethics – Part 1
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 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
5 Pillars of a Great (Remote) Culture
Edoc was recently features in Forbes! Check out the article here, which was inspiration for this infographic below on remote culture. READ MORE: “This is why employees are more important than your customers.” Kim Sykes is a marketer and content creator at Edoc Service Inc.
Forensics Are for All of Us
I heard it again just last week. Another internal fraud situation by an office manager, still under investigation with $300K missing and climbing! It seems that lately we hear it more and more. The mega companies usually have the resources for a rapid recovery, not so the rest of us. As business stewards we have … Continue reading Forensics Are for All of Us
3 Surprising Insights from Leadercast 2016
Living out our purpose, and leading in ways that help inspire and enlighten other people. This is, in part, the intention behind Leadercast Live – a one-day convergence of leaders, across the world – who come together to create an educational leadership experience. With a theme of “Architects of Tomorrow,” Leadercast 2016 was held in-person … Continue reading 3 Surprising Insights from Leadercast 2016
Social Responsibility & Stewardship
The cover story in this month’s Inc magazine is entitled “Go Ahead and be Evil“ over the photo of Kevin O’Leary, aka ‘Mr. Wonderful’ on Shark Tank. The article comprises a healthy debate on whether or not a company should be philanthropic. Now, being an entrepreneur in continuous learning mode, this is a topic to … Continue reading Social Responsibility & Stewardship
Infographic: Are You a Fit for Small Giants?
READ MORE: “How to Adopt a Virtual Culture“ Kim Sykes is a marketer and content creator at Edoc Service Inc.
Boundaries in Business
According to the dictionary a boundary is a line that marks the limits of an area; a dividing line. It is a limit of a subject or sphere of activity. Boundaries are all around us. One boundary in nature is the coastline that keeps the water from the land. Political boundary lines give nations autonomy. … Continue reading Boundaries in Business
Surprises We Can Do Without
Most business owners and business leaders respect and appreciate their employees as the ones on the ground helping the company grow and making us look good. It is devastating therefore when a trusted member of the staff goes rogue and commits a fraud. What are some of the signs? Reports of casino spotting’s New car … Continue reading Surprises We Can Do Without