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Small Business Trends Radio features interviews and open discussions with today's small business experts on a variety of topics. Guests include a mix of influential individuals who speak on issues of the day important to the small business market; and business owners who speak from a \"been there, done that\" point of view, offering insider tips and advice.Small Business Trends Radio is broadcast LIVE every Tuesday from 1:30 PM until 2PM EST.
 
The Dean's Executive Leadership Series Podcast invites top business practitioners and thought leaders to share their views on the real world of business. Brought to you by the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University, this podcast offers in-depth interviews and insight on the challenges and opportunities facing today's business community.
 
Ready to create lasting and sustainable business growth? Join our weekly show with hosts Adam Hartung & Manny Teran of Spark Partners. Combined they have created over $3 Billion in customer value and leverage Adam’s deep domain expertise on Disruptive Innovation to teach business leaders how to transform their businesses. Do you want your business to be a market leader or a market laggard? Discover business trends and learn how to leverage them to create lasting business success and become a ...
 
PKF Mueller's monthly accounting, business advisory, and finance podcast for business owners, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders. Join us as we discuss a broad range of timely accounting topics related to audits, taxes, business consulting, industry news, legislative changes and other hot button subjects and business advisory. Our goal is to provide business decision makers with the key insights to be up-to-date and equipped with the knowledge of ever-changing accounting updates and practic ...
 
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Our podcast aims to discuss tips and strategies that small business owners can use to maximize their digital footprint and help bring in more visitors to their businesses. We will touch on a variety of marketing, branding and even web design ideas that will help give direction towards maximizing your digital marketing and branding efforts. Visit https://sharptackmedia.com for more small business tips and techniques.
 
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Join Alex Krog, C.P.A., and James Hare III, M.A.S., C.P.A., Directors at PKF Mueller, for an in-depth interview of Employee Benefit Plan Audits (EBPA). In this episode, our experts discuss the process, accompanying fiduciary responsibilities, common errors in Benefit Plans, and the key takeaways for business owners and plan sponsors who need a Bene…
 
In this episode of our Centric podcast, we reflect on our DEI initiative, Centric Together, and our first year since its conception. It’s been a year since we met with Jen Barnes and Maurice Faison and discussed the launch of Centric Together, Centric’s initiative to go beyond Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) to ensure an unmatched employee e…
 
Companies have never had a requirement to be responsible to their employees, suppliers or community. Leaders have only had a responsibility to their investors. Thus, very little time or resources were spent by companies trying to be environmentally friendly or socially aware. But in the last 5 years a real movement has been created to push investor…
 
The Environmental Awareness mega-trend is having a big impact on all businesses today, and will continue to do so for 20 years. Businesses that seize the opportunity can profitably grow, while those that ignore the changes will suffer negative consequences. This podcast overviews why electric vehicles are part of this trend, and why the transition …
 
It's easy to say that big trends like an aging demography, or environmental awareness - or even new technologies related to artificial intelligence (AI) or augmented reality (AR.) It's also easy to look at what's happened last year (2021) and plan for an extension in 2022. Or WORSE is to look back to 2019 and plan for a return to business practices…
 
In 2022 every company needs to think of itself as a tech company. Amazon, Tesla, Netflix have value delivery systems in retail, autos and media. But their success has everything to do with how they implement and manage technology, including software development. This podcast dives into how you can hire resources to help you develop software that wi…
 
We create our own obstacles to growth. We just don't see them. As we create our organizations we set up programs to do more, better, faster and cheaper. We eliminate the people, and projects, that aren't directly tied to improving our business as it has existed. When we're ready to do something different, our organizations have the adaptability of …
 
Recent reports of runaway inflation in the USA are fabricated. By comparing a single quarter to another single quarter, compared to a single quarter a year ago, popular media said that inflation was the greatest in 30 years. And that simply wasn't true. First, one quarter does not make a trend. Second, 6% inflation is not "runaway."A year ago, that…
 
Join Scott Simpson, International Tax Director, for an in-depth interview of what you need to know about transfer pricing, such as what a transfer pricing study is, who needs a transfer pricing study, and the benefits of having a transfer pricing study done. Get in contact with our Transfer Pricing professional today: Scott Simpson, MST, CPA Intern…
 
Recently Facebook changed its name to Meta. This podcast explains why this is a good thing for the company both when communicating, and as part of its strategy. Meta is really 3 extremely important platforms. Facebook the website, which is the most popular website in the world. Instagram, which challenges YouTube as the most popular video site. And…
 
In this edition of our Biz and Tech Talks podcast, we talk with our experts about the ins and outs of citizen development, taking an even closer look at how citizen developers can benefit your business. What is Citizen Development? At a high level, it is implementing supporting business processes using enterprise tools developed by end users rather…
 
Sears closed its last Illinois store last week. You're probably surprised they still had any open. GE announced it is splitting what little is left of the company into 3 pieces, and you most likely thought GE was already as small as it could get. Despite magnificent histories, in less than 2 decades these 100 year old companies have lost all releva…
 
Join Drent J. Shields, CPA, MBA, CISA, CITP, Audit Partner, and Kyle Wehrli, CPA, CISA, CTP, Audit Manager, of PKF Mueller's Risk & Controls team for an in-depth interview of SOC reporting, best practices to help companies, such as cloud-based SaaS providers, choose their SOC auditor, and the Firm's unique and client-centric approach to SOC audits.…
 
As the pandemic ends, there is enormous pressure to "re-open." This phrase is mostly used to describe the hospitality industry, which was devastated by the lockdown and restrictive behavioral requirements of COVID-19. Millions of jobs were lost, airlines placed in jeopardy, hotels and restaurants failed, and prices have risen while services have fa…
 
Often people see changes in their market. And they see new opportunities being created. Yet, despite awareness of new opportunities and the need to change far, far too often we don't change. We don't implement changes to overcome threats, and we miss out on new growth opportunities. Even when we know we should. Why not? This podcast goes over how "…
 
Do you plan for 2022 and beyond by looking at 2021 and backward? How does that make any sense? When Blockbuster Video built its future plans based on past success, where did it end up? In the movie "Cannonball Run" one of the racers rips the rear view mirror off the car, throws it out the window and says "What's behind me is not important!" And the…
 
It is easy to ignore small changes in a long-term trend. But these small changes add up to big changes - creating a "punctuated equilibrium" where the entire marketplace shifts. Too often we become accustomed to our surroundings, and we miss the small evolutionary changes. We fail to see how trends add up, creating a major shift. There is also a te…
 
Artificial Intelligence is one of the biggest trends driving growth this decade. Machine learning and AI have infinite applications, and the ability to help customers accomplish more with less effort. So companies will benefit from applying AI, no matter what business they are in. Yet, generic AI won't succeed unless it focuses on fulfilling an unm…
 
Demographic changes, which are entirely predictable with high accuracy, will have the most impact of any trend on businesses globally for the next 20 years. Specifically, the aging population in the USA, Japan, China and Germany will create major changes in how manufacturing is implemented, creating tremendous market shifts. Japan and China are lik…
 
To succeed, all businesses - large to start-up - require sales. If you don't sell, you don't have a business. Yet, many of us have a terrible impression of sales as an occupation. Even salespeople often have a bad attitude about their own profession. And this is just silly. Sales is a great occupation. Mostly we need to get over our own beliefs abo…
 
In this edition of our Biz and Tech Talks podcast, we share our “Citizen Development: How Business and IT Teams Achieve More” webinar. In this edition of our podcast, National Enterprise Collaboration Practice Lead Joe Hartsel, Senior Manager for Enterprise Collaboration Brit Kwait, and Senior Architect Jo Karnes discuss how citizen development is …
 
America occupied Afghanistan, and appeared capable of staying much longer. But in reality America's position had weakened dramatically, and the decision to leave laid bare false assumptions built on hope. Business leaders can learn from this in order to be more successful. First, if you aren't growing your customer relationship, it is dying. It is …
 
Cover 19, and now the Delta variant, are Disruptions. As we at Spark Partners discuss in our writing and training, significant disruptions create market shifts. And as Adam wrote in “Create Marketplace Disruption: How To Stay Ahead of the Competition” those who build on the trends accelerated in a Market Shift stand to be the really, really big win…
 
Revenue growth requires strategy AND execution. Yet despite over 5,000 business schools in the USA, there are fewer than 300 courses on sales. Dr. Frank Cespedes of the Harvard Business School has been closing that education gap for over 20 years, as an academic and leader of a services firm focused on sales process improvement. Successful sales im…
 
Netflix wasn’t always a household name. They had to destroy Blockbuster first. But then to keep from being destroyed itself Netflix had to transition from delivering DVDs to streaming movies. When streaming technology became generic, causing Disney, NBC and others to unleash their content Netflix became the #1 content producer. Now, as entertainmen…
 
Taking advantage of Trends to grow your business requires implementing projects outside the normal flow of business. To do this successfully you need Blank Space teams that have the opportunity, and permission, to color outside the lines – to Get Outside the Box, Then Think. These teams can figure out how to build on the trend creating new revenue …
 
Do you know how to tell the difference between a trend and a fad? If you invest in trends you can be ahead of competitors and make lots of money. If you invest in fads the bottom could fall out and you could lose it all. So understanding the difference has enormous implications for the success of your investments. This podcast offers insight into c…
 
It’s the rise of the hybrid workplace, but implementation may not be as easy as you think. In this episode of our Biz and Tech Talks podcast, we discuss what you need to do to prepare for a hybrid model. 2020 saw an unprecedented change to how we work in the industrialized world, with many people working from home – or at least away from the office…
 
Max's goal is to be a billionaire, and possibly the next Jeff Bezos. He doesn’t just goal it – he’s planning for it. In this podcast he gives his perspective to challenges entrepreneurs face, and how programs like his and Spark Partners help companies succeed. Topics include: - The role of social media in quick success - Why regulators and politici…
 
On this episode of our Biz and Tech Talks podcast, we talk to Brian Sedor, head of our Centric Innovation Lab, about big ideas, virtual water coolers and what the future holds for innovation. We’re starting to see the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel here in the United States, but what new ideas are waiting for us? In this episode of Centric…
 
Like all industries, construction is impacted by trends. Even though it seems very traditional, trends in financing costs and how we work are making a big difference in the facilities we need for living and working. While high materials cost is most likely a bubble, trends in labor shortages are here to stay. Being creative will be crucial for succ…
 
In this week’s podcast, Manny and Adam bring on special guests John De Lorenzo and Kristopher Savage of Desert Pearl Mushrooms, a Tucson-based business that grows and sells culinary and medicinal mushrooms throughout the city. In a time of great push for plant-based proteins and meat alternatives, John and Kris strive to create a business that meet…
 
Autonomous cars are going to happen. The question is when. It’s most likely a LOT earlier than you are anticipating. And that’s a missed opportunity for your business to perform better, building on the higher reliability and safety of autonomous vehicles – which will include semi-trucks. You need to plan on this trend as you develop future scenario…
 
We love to talk about trends and the importance of following them, but there’s a few trends that need a little love on their own. In this episode of the Business Trendsetter Podcast, Spark Partners hone in on the growing trends of remote work and the gig economy, and the serious need to fully embrace them.Self-employed and remote workers have incre…
 
Amazon is buying MGM Studios for $9B. But actually, Amazon is buying MGM for free. And you can do the same thing – if you follow trends. You too can create enormous “Trend Value."Amazon grew from $0 to $1B revenue/year in under 5 years. By following trends in e-commerce, cloud computing and video streaming. In 25 years Amazon’s sales grew to $386B.…
 
We’ve said it before. You’ve got to pay attention to the trends, but not just the trends in your business’ performance. It is crucial to look beyond your business, beyond your market, beyond your beliefs and culture for the trends that will shape the future economy and consumer habits. In this episode we consider the ten megatrends John Naisbitt pr…
 
Megatrends are the big trends that affect all people, and all businesses. Originally identified in 1982 by John Naisbitt (who died 13 April) and detailed in his book of the same name, today we can still use Megatrends to make decisions that will improve our success. By using Megatrends to drive our planning, and decision making, we position our car…
 
We put resources onto our business, and it becomes an ongoing “constant.” We insufficiently evaluate if we are over-investing people, money and our management resources in protecting historical businesses. Thus, we don’t sufficiently invest in growth opportunities. Too often we think that we have no resources to pursue growth, when in fact we have …
 
Obtaining the right advice is really important to helping you succeed. We all need external input to get over and around our biases, while providing external eyes, ears and mental energy to our business. But most of us have no idea how to identify the right advisor or coach, nor how to structure the relationship to get the best advice.This podcast …
 
You can never assume your business is sustainable. In reality, market shifts can happen remarkably fast. Your business can become obsolete faster than you ever imagined. Just as technology and disruptive change creates opportunity, it also creates “creative destruction.” Great leaders build on trends to grow value. Poor leaders get stuck trying to …
 
There is real, measurable risk. But we make most decision on our perception of risk – rather than real risk. What’s new, or you don’t understand, you think of as risky. But many new opportunities are NOT risky. In fact, often doing nothing (maintaining the status quo) is the riskiest strategy.저자 Manny Teran, Adam Hartung
 
You can create “Opportunity Value” in your business – making it possible for your value to increase by creating more opportunities for success. It’s easy to keep busy and not get around to innovating. But if we use current events to help us address trends leading to permanent changes we won’t be whipsawed by headlines and instead invest in opportun…
 
The pandemic hit a lot of small businesses hard. None worse than food & beverage, which shut down totally with no idea what the future would bring. Facing potential failure Crooked Tooth Brewery in Tucson, AZ had to figure out next steps. But rather than waiting for the pandemic to end, or doubling down on its existing business, Crooked Tooth looke…
 
Cryptocurrencies recently drew a lot of attention due to Elon Musk personally investing heavily, while having Tesla also invest. Subsequently some CEOs (mostly of tech companies) began saying companies should hold cryptocurrencies instead of dollars, euros or other government backed currencies. Thus, the price of the major ones, like Bitcoin, skyro…
 
Successful innovation requires tracking big trends, and thinking about how these will change customer behaviors and markets. Innovators have to develop for the long-term, yet far too many are so focused on short-term results they don’t see long-term implications – and opportunities!!Success doesn’t come from hard work. It comes from working smart. …
 
Over Time the Super Bowl has become the premier location for launching advertising related to emerging products. Super Bowl LV was no different. There were of course traditional ads for mass market products from companies with ad budgets over $100million. But between those were advertisers using the event for first time ads, and other advertisers p…
 
GameStop stock was recently manipulated by stock traders into wild price volatility. But this was a fad – with many losers and some winners. This was not based on long-term trends for the retailer’s business, nor was this buying and selling of stock based on long-term valuation. Although news making, the story was due to a short-term squeeze, not b…
 
IBM is well on its way to becoming the next Sun Microsystems, Wang or Digital Equipment Corp (DEC.) Despite an incredible legacy, today IBM is irrelevant in the marketplace, and its sales have been declining for nearly a decade. Since 2000 the value of Apple has risen 14,900%, while IBM’s value has risen 5.7%.…
 
This week’s podcast is an interview with Doug Hockstad, Assistant VP at the University of Arizona’s Tech Launch Arizona. Doug discusses how the university undertakes initial efforts to commercialize inventions for its labs and how he focuses resources on moving inventions from paper to license. Universities and research organizations typically focu…
 
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