Each week at our practices, we take note of the management challenges which consumed our time and attention. We also sometimes include impactful books, articles, educational opportunities, and other nuggets of information.
We live leadership and management in our clinics every day – Reach out if you’d like to compare notes on these topics, or anything else that is on your mind.
We Have Adapted to Millennials as Employees – What about as Clients?
“A majority of millennials (76%) said they are more likely to “splurge” on their pets than for themselves, including for expensive treats (44%) or a custom bed (38%), according to a 2014 study by Wakefield Research. By comparison, 50% of Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) said they would do so.
We Do What We Can to Leverage Our Vendors. Ask for More – Get More.
We all know about the lunch-and-learns. Did you know about staff outreach incentives? Hiring assistance? How about Owner / Manager training? Check out this link for an example.
We Try to Give Back to Our Communities – But, This is Another Level.
The foundation of a former CBS president has donated $39 million to the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
“Scouting the Person More Than the Player.”
Despite his affiliation with the Cubs, Theo Epstein has gotten everyone’s attention – and the Cubs have the best record in baseball. His strategy is simple to understand, but how come it is so hard to replicate? Perhaps he is focused on the right things, while others flounder. In any case, he has revived the languishing Cubs, and the numbers prove it.
NYT Article on Cubs Baseball (Even worth a Read for us Cardinals Fans)