Do any of these sound familiar? Your group's been courting facility X across town as an additional service site. Then you learn that one of your partners, through an entity she controls, has been covering it for the last six months.
Ride along with Mark as he tells you why you need to plan for the worst in order to succeed.
Ride along with Mark as he warns you about what you must do to prevent breaching your own cybersecurity.
I still remember the smile on Steve Cunningham’s face. High School summer vacation. Thoughts of sand, sun, and surf. Yet back to reality. We were applying for jobs at Magic Mountain, an amusement park. Employees got free passes to the park.
Originally published in 2015, this is one of my most popular posts in terms of contacts from clients and friends of the firm. Plus, it makes me smile when I read it. You’ll smile, too, which makes the lessons even more valuable. – Mark
I can’t be sure that anyone on the medical staff at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Long Beach, California read my 2017 post, What You Need To Know About The Flea That (Metaphorically) Killed The Medical Center CEO, but they appear to be following the same strategy in an attempt to eject a hospital CEO.
Herman Cain withdrew his name from consideration for a Fed seat because he couldn’t afford (or didn’t want) to work for the relatively low pay.