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New Whitepaper: Don't Stop at Strategy

Khorus Team

Posted by Khorus Team
February 5, 2019

At Khorus, software is a big part of what we do.

But no app can instantly transform your business on its own. Organizational change is notoriously hard, and that's why we not only offer extensive hands-on services and support to our customers—we also team up with top-notch partners like GO.

In fact, today, we're releasing a whitepaper with GO, Don't Stop at Strategy, that reveals their simple, proven 6-step process for:

  • creating a solid growth strategy for their clients, and then
  • ensuring the strategy gets implemented.
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The Basics of a Great Employee Compensation Plan

Joel Trammell

Posted by Joel Trammell
January 22, 2019

Every manager worries about whether their top performers are happy with their jobs. It’s an understandable concern when reports find that about 71 percent of US employees are actively looking for their next opportunity.

The first solution that occurs to many managers is to throw more money at the employee. But that’s usually a bad idea—for a couple of reasons.

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3 Ways to Help Your Employees Make the Right Decisions

Joel Trammell

Posted by Joel Trammell
January 17, 2019

Decentralized decision-making is the ideal in dynamic, growth-oriented workplaces. Here's how to ensure employees at all levels are making the right decisions.


Organizations run on the minute-by-minute, day-by-day decisions that your employees make at every level.

Productivity and growth depend on the quality and speed of these decisions, made at the lowest level possible.

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How Good Managers Use Internal Marketing

Joel Trammell

Posted by Joel Trammell
December 14, 2018

No matter what type of team they run, every manager has to be a good marketer. Of course I don't mean the traditional sense of marketing, as in promoting products and services to your potential customers. Managers must instead master internal marketing, which typically takes two forms:

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The 2019 CEO Planning Guide

Elizabeth Thompson

Posted by Elizabeth Thompson
November 29, 2018

Have you set your organization's priorities for the coming year? Do you know your company's strengths and weaknesses? Have you set goals for your own development as a leader?

As the saying goes, failing to plan is planning to fail. Why not get some valuable planning done before Christmas with our yearly CEO planning guide?

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