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Top Five Ways To Get The Best Outcomes From Your RFP Process

If you’re like most companies, when it comes to choosing a product or service delivery partner, you use a Request-for-Proposal (RFP) selection process. Be careful! RFPs can lead you to the very place you hoped to avoid.

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When TV Meets Reality: A Corporate “Shark Tank” Brings Out The Innovators In Your Organization

In a custom software company like Geneca, innovation plays a key role. Last year, we decided to get more creative in how champion innovation by producing our own version of “Shark Tank”, based loosely on the hit ABC show.

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Looking to Lead an Upcoming IT Project as Business Sponsor? Heed the Lessons of Conquering 26.2 Miles

Looking for ideas on how to get your project across the finish line successfully? Run with the pack, says Geneca Chief Operating Officer Ken Pedersen. In his latest blog post, Pedersen explains the similarities between marathon race day and a project launch, what and what not to do and questions executives should ask before they run off into the distance. Think setting an ambitious pace for a big project will inspire your team to rise to the challenge? Read his piece to find out.

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Q&A with Geneca COO, Ken Pedersen

In this interview, Geneca COO, Ken Pedersen, discusses the role that commitment plays in successful projects.

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Private vs. Public Exchanges

Private vs. Public Exchanges

Private Health Insurance Exchanges are paving the way for payers. Here are five important factors contributing to their success.

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WHEN GOOD LEADERS LOSE CREDIBILITY

Geneca Client Partner, Gary Heusner, has a strong interest in building trusted IT organizations. In this engaging, insightful article, Gary illustrates how even the most trusted advisors can have their relationships and value reduced by working with an untrustworthy team. The lesson to be learned? Every leader needs to be aware of how their team behaves and whether or not their processes and behaviors build or destroy trust. The results (which affect all of us personally and professionally) can be dramatic.

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