Archive of Tag 'trust'


Trust is our sense of the ability of, and assuredness that, someone will do what is promised.

Corporate Culture Drives Agile Transformation

Posted by Jeff Hayes on April 23, 2019 in Agile


What does it take for an organization to become “fully agile?” The short answer is desire: The desire to… Improve customer satisfaction Engage employees more fully Produce greater value for the organization…

Culture Drives Agile

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

Backlinks Help You Build Affinity with Your Target Market

Posted by Betsy Rozelle on September 18, 2017 in Business


I’m an internet marketing Neanderthal. The World Wide Web is simply a means to an end – the end being relationship building — for me. My business website is meant to build…

Backlinks help build affinity with your target market

What is Your ‘Writing Voice’ When You are Not the Writer?

Posted by Jeff Hayes on July 31, 2016 in Business


Most savvy businesspersons understand that ‘content is king,’ meaning that good, appropriate content is an important key to the success of marketing campaigns today. Where content production is concerned, these same businesspersons…

Your Writing Voice Defines You

A picture is worth a thousand words – and about 50 milliseconds

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on March 26, 2014 in Digital Marketing


Aside from shouting ‘fire’ in a crowded theatre (illegal and not recommended), visuals trump words when it comes to quick, clear communication. In fact, “visuals are processed 60,000 times faster than text,…

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Managers: The Artful Dodger

Posted by Jeff Hayes on March 25, 2011 in Quality of Life


This is the fourth article in our series entitled Managers: The Good and the Bad.  Do you happen to know any managers who CAN NOT accept responsibility for anything that happens?  Nothing pertaining…

The artful dodger never seems to be responsible for anything that happens

Small Business Bullies?

Posted by Jeff Hayes on July 21, 2010 in Business


The AT&T Yellow Pages folks who service Northeast Wisconsin paid our company an unintended compliment a couple of weeks ago when they shut down one of our clients’ websites by mistake —…

Expensive lessons for a small business owner.