In this special guest interview, Donn Dimond, co-founder of The KOR Physical Therapy in Portland, OR describes his journey and key learning moments in going from startup to a sophisticated medical practice, to successful exit and why evolving and growing the business in intervals is vital to sustaining a viable business model.
Often maligned and little understood, the Millennial demographic entering the workforce represents the largest cohort since the Baby Boom generation. And for most Baby Boomer business owners and leaders, they don't get it. In this episode, Rick and Nick discuss some of the nuances of this cohort and how to leverage the contribution they can bring to the business, and what leaders need to accept and even let go of in many cases, to be successful with this generation.
Regarding success, most people only see the tip of the iceberg...
"Culture eats strategy for breakfast." - Jason Graham-Nye
In this installment of the The Idea Revolution Podcast, we explore the relationship of creativity and stress and how our commonly held notions of stress as a creativity killer are often proven wrong.
How distributed authority plays out the business...
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