Jenn Ganss

Many of today’s top companies—like Apple and Target—use their logos prominently and consistently, making their brand and the quality it promises immediately recognizable. For companies who sell services in addition to products, company marketing relies heavily on what you say, or write, and how you say it. Just like with

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Kendra Chappell
A Simple Tool for More-Effective Decision-Making
Kendra ChappellFebruary 23, 2016

You make decisions every day, but when it comes to business decisions, how you make those decisions can help determine your success. Do any of these stories sound familiar? Your team agrees you’ve found the perfect person to fill a new position, but the discussion continues for weeks. You’re then

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Debra van Opstal, U.S. Resilience Project
Coping with Certain Uncertainty: 7 Practices of Resilient Businesses
Debra van Opstal, U.S. Resilience ProjectFebruary 18, 2016

Special Guest Blog: Conversations with Thought Leaders — Nexight Group believes that solving complex problems requires the collective insight of diverse leaders. In this new feature, we hear from today’s leading thinkers on how to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing our world. Debra van Opstal Executive Director, U.S. Resilience Project

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Jack Eisenhauer

Each new year offers an opportunity to reflect on your achievements of the previous year. At Nexight Group, the dominant themes of 2015 were growth, change, and fun. Operating a small business has its challenges, but it is always interesting and greatly rewarding. As I reflect on how our company

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Beth Ward

After years of work and two weeks of intense negotiations, last week 195 nations agreed to take steps to address climate change. The 21st meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 21) in Paris was a historic event, and has already resulted in hundreds of published articles, commentaries, and

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Kendra Chappell
Three Simple Steps to Plan for Project Success
Kendra ChappellDecember 3, 2015

It may sound strange, but as an amateur sailor, I often think about how being at sea is similar to project management. If you have ever sailed, you understand how important it is to know your final destination. The wind or the current will affect your trip—it won’t be a

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Nexight Group
Q&A with New Vice President John Mortensen
Nexight GroupDecember 1, 2015

Nexight Group is happy to welcome John Mortensen to the team as our new Vice President. John comes to us with more than 20 years of experience in program measurement, analysis, and evaluation consulting. We sat down with John to ask him a few questions about himself, his views, and his new role at Nexight. 

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Changwon Suh

I was thrilled when I recently heard that the Department of Energy (DOE) launched its new High Performance Computing for Manufacturing Program (HPC4Mfg). Led by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), the program aims to advance high performance computing (HPC)—a technology critical to a more cost-effective and efficient manufacturing sector. HPC—which

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Victoria Markovitz
Best Practices for LinkedIn Company Pages
Victoria MarkovitzNovember 19, 2015

More and more companies are turning to LinkedIn to engage with clients and attract new business, but it takes more than just setting up an account to get the results you want. From 2013 to 2014, the number of LinkedIn members who used company pages almost doubled, rising from 24

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Patrick White

Small project teams typically communicate and collaborate constantly, which makes coordinating and approving individual tasks easy. However, as teams get larger or work in different parts of an organization, it becomes important to clearly define the roles and responsibilities of each person who interacts with the project. The RASIC project

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