Category: Leadership

Project Success Planning

By: Cherie Anderson One of the primary roles of a project manager is to ensure the successful delivery of a product or project to key stakeholders and customers on time and within budget. This is achieved by a collaborative effort of knowledgeable team members, who have a clear defined understanding of their roles and expectations for the said deliverable. While… Read More

Believe it or not, you can teach an “old dog” (me), a new trick (IDO’s “accuPro”)…

By: Gary K. Pino, FMP Back on 12.1.2014, my esteem IDO colleague and teammate, Rhonda Wessel, crafted an awesome blog about our firm’s “Introducing New technology into Field Verification.”    In a “Cliff Notes” round about summary, Rhonda boasted about the recent implementation of “a new electronic way to gather information that is quicker, better, and more accurate” than the way… Read More

Creating Ideas through Innovative Leadership

By: Jill Mendoza As we prepare to embark upon the New Year we have been busy here at IDO aligning our team to a new IDO vision. The discussion has been mainly centered on our strategy and various action plans for how we can create value for our clients. But when you condense all that down, we are really talking about… Read More

Servant Leadership

By:  Lee Boyland As we near the end of the year (can you believe 2014 is almost over!?!), we tend to reflect on the year’s accomplishments and evaluate our performance. In which areas have we succeeded and in which can we improve? One of the many reasons I am so proud to work for IDO is because of the genuine… Read More

IDO – Receives National (WBENC) Certification

By: Jill Mendoza Indianapolis, Indiana – September 22, 2014 – IDO Incorporated is proud to announce that we have received our national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise Council – Great Lakes, a regional certifying partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). WBENC’s national standard of certification implemented by the Women’s Business Enterprise… Read More

Main Obstacles Leaders Must Overcome to be Effective and Successful

By: Gary K. Pino, FMP As I am sure you are well aware, you probably recognize the name Dr. John C. Maxwell, Author, Speaker and Founder of The INJOY Group. If not, here’s a very succinct introduction of him:  “In 1985, Dr. John C. Maxwell founded The INJOY Group, with a mission to develop leaders of excellence and integrity.”   In… Read More

A Gift from 30 Thousand Feet

By: Jill Mendoza I recently had an opportunity to participate in a unique program for Presidents sponsored by a Non-Profit dedicated to serving private small businesses.  The organization is “Aileron”. ai·le·ron n. — One of two movable flaps on the wings of an airplane that can be used to control the plane’s rolling and banking movements. –American Heritage Dictionary The program I participated… Read More

Who Is Your Professional Role Model?

by Lee Boyland In the spring of 2010, I had the pleasure of attending my sister-in-law’s graduation from Ball State University (my alma mater as well)! It was a chilly day in May, and while I braced the unusually cold weather, I really took in the commencement speech that Angela Ahrendts, then CEO of Burberry and fellow alum, presented. I… Read More

An Empowered Team Culture

By:  Cherie Anderson A work culture can simply be defined as a way of thinking, behaving, or working within a team or organization. One of my minors in college was Anthropology with an emphasis in Cultural Diversity. I have always been fascinated with how and why people behave the way that they do. My curiosity asked questions like; what influences… Read More

A Movement of Leaders

By: Jill Mendoza “In nature, nothing exists alone.” – Rachel Carson.  This is the open foreword from Rick Fedrizzi ‘s U.S. Green Building Council’s release of the, “LEED in Motion Report”.  This exclusive report provides a statistical snapshot of the LEED and green building movement that IDO Incorporated is proud to be a part. Here is a sampling of data offered; –         … Read More