March Madness reveals America’s best college basketball team and the super fans that stood behind them from the beginning. From rivalries to upsets, blowouts to buzzer-beaters; we anxiously wait to witness what will unfold between March 14th and April 3rd as the top programs in the country battle for a national championship and the rest of us battle for the best bracket.
Earlier this year, Incept’s CEO, Sam Falletta, was awarded the Frank L. Simonetti Distinguished Business Alumni Award by The University of Akron College of Business Administration (CBA) Alumni Association. Sam was selected because of his high achievement of excellence and dedication to serving his community for many years.
This article originally appeared in Smart Business - Akron / Canton Edition - October 2015
The Harvard Business Review found that the single greatest advantage in the modern economy is a happy and engaged workforce*. A decade of research proves that employee happiness raises nearly every business and educational outcome, yet according to Gallup, almost 7 out of 10 employees are unengaged at work, and nearly 2 out of 10 are actively disengaged. Simply put, the majority of executives are failing at THE item that provides the most significant advantage for their business.
Incept employs a process that we have yet to see replicated in any other organization and believe it to be one of the most significant differentiators in why our business is successful. Below you will find a description of exactly why this performance management process works so much more effectively than others.