Archive of Tag 'business growth'


How do businesses achieve optimal growth for their particular offerings and target markets? Is it just about ‘being the best?’

Marketing 001: Show Up for the Party and Stick Around for Awhile

Posted by Jeff Hayes on October 3, 2017 in Business


In catching a recent performance by the Milwaukee-based musical group Dead Horses, a number of things came to mind that I’ll share with you. Dead Horses appeared on the 30-Minute Music Hour…

Show up for the party and stick around awhile: Marketing 001 - AlignTech Solutions

Take stock before using stock photos: Five good tips

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on September 2, 2014 in Digital Marketing


Just take a long, broad look at the web and you’ll notice it’s a bit chaotic. To be noticed, and remembered, you have to have strong visual content. These visuals help viewers…

Stock photos or original artwork?

Content Management Systems: Which is Best For Your New Project?

Posted by Jeff Hayes on September 30, 2013 in Technology


When Tim Berners-Lee developed the world’s first website at CERN in 1990 — using a simple Unix-based browser — do you suppose he had any idea how expansive the Web would become?…

Content Management Systems of the Past - AlignTech

Technology Alignment in a Global Context

Posted by Jeff Hayes on May 20, 2012 in Agile


During a recent trip to Japan I found several examples of how culture plays a role in the success of certain types of business. So dramatic are some of the differences between…

Technology alignment can be a great benefit to companies of every size.

Six Ways of Being Uncivil and Nine Alternatives

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on March 16, 2012 in Quality of Life


You know things are tough when the founder of the ‘Civility Project’ calls it quits… All you have to do is listen to a political debate or tune in to any talking…

Think before you speak.

Six Key Business Principles I Learned from My 6-Year-Old

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on September 9, 2010 in Business


At our recent garage sale my entrepreneurial (and highly independent) 6-year-old set up a lemonade stand on the driveway. I watched with interest as she exhibited six key business principles — without…

A lemonade stand plus one 6-year-old provide some business insight.