Monthly Archives: August 2019

4 Ways to Improve Your Supply Chain Strategy

Supply chain managers are tasked with tremendous responsibilities, and if they want to stand ahead of the competition, they must be willing to advance their strategies so that they can make them more efficient. By advancing their strategies, supply chain managers can better meet the ever-changing needs of their clients and continue to advance the […]

How to Scale Your eCommerce Business

You’ve started a business that offers outstanding goods. The ball is rolling and your company is growing, but you’ve been investing a tremendous amount of time to keep that ball rolling. Wouldn’t it be great if there were a way that you could make the ball roll on its own? There is! It’s called scaling, […]

Safety Tips for Summer Family Vacations

Summer is the prime time for a vacation, and over 100 million Americans alone will each year. Families spend a lot of time planning, checking prices and making sure that they have all of the items they need for their trip, but too little time goes into safety planning. If you’re planning on going overseas […]

Will Automation Kill Your Career

Automation is rapidly advancing, and while some forecasts have not come to fruition, it’s just a matter of time before we see automation in our daily lives. Automated vehicles, for example, still have a lot of hurdles, primarily 3D mapping, that need to be overcome before we start seeing fully autonomous vehicles overtake the roadways. […]

How to Stay Productive When Working From Home

Plain economic practicalities have spawned a generation of at-home workers. Many at-home workers started to do so during the economic downturn of the mid-2000s; they picked up a few side gigs that eventually turned into a full-time income. But for all of the advantages this type of work brings with it, it also has some […]

7 Ways to Protect Against Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Medical malpractice-related costs have reached $55.6 billion per year, according to a HealthAffairs study. That accounts for about 2.4% of all healthcare spending. “Each state has its own laws related to medical malpractice. In California, for example, just being accused of medical malpractice or an ethics violation can lead to disciplinary action,” says Tsion Chudnovsky, […]