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Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on December 22, 2016
We recently hosted a conversation on millennials in the manufacturing workplace and posted the notes from those proceedings here. It sparked some significant response and a wide amplification across ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on October 27, 2014
This past Saturday I was privileged to facilitate some training in group decision-making and design for a variety of organizational boards, many of them Christian Care Communities. I tend to call ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on August 06, 2014
BizTimes Milwaukee recently reviewed Arianna Huffington's book Thrive, where she recounts her story of learning to balance life better after nearly working herself to death in building her business.
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on July 07, 2014
There seems no escape from the deep divides between urban/rural, republican/democrat, left/right and the radically different orientations they take with further fracturing issues such as immigration, ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on June 16, 2014
We are so deep into the 1s and 0s, the ons and offs, of the digital age that we have become resistant to imprecision. If it isn't in the data field it doesn't exist. If it isn't in the inventory ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on June 11, 2014
Guest blogger, Nathan Leaman  is a Leadership Talent Pool Manager at Kohler Co. He recently developed the following post as part of his graduate studies.
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on May 05, 2014
Relationships are the greatest capital a person has. I know this because there has been significant and lengthy suffering in the life of my family. I can attest to this fact: your money doesn't visit ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on February 19, 2014
Yesterday brought a lot of snow removal work after a storm. Those hours of physical labor and an undistracted mind can bring new levels of creativity.  Here is a humorous for instance: