Month: January 2016

Habits of Leadership @idoincorporated – Part 1

By: Jill Mendoza Interested in becoming a leader in your organization or industry? The first step in the process is to acknowledge that nobody but you can make it happen. Recently Peter Cohan’s e book, Hungry Start-up Strategy, was published after interviewing over 300 leaders.  Cohan’s findings suggest leaders, regardless of their position, do things differently than other people. My next three… Read More

Enjoy Work And Be Treated With Respect As A Valued Member Of A Team

By Gary K. Pino, FMP, SFP My esteemed colleague, Donna Metallic, RID, has just written an awesome blog article entitled, “2016: The Workforce Tide has shifted”, which focuses on the emergence and influence of the “millennial generation”.  Seeing that my wife, Cindy, and I have raised five (5) millennials, born between 1984 and 1994, I consider myself to be a… Read More

Smart Women Sharing Strategies

IDO Incorporated is pleased to support the Women Business Enterprise National Council or WBENC by sponsoring this WBE Forum.  Please join us for some awesome networking & learn more about WBENC.  The Event details are as follows: Maximizing Business Opportunities in 2016 Smart Women Sharing Strategies with Women Reception Wednesday, January 20, 2016 1pm – 4pm (Reception 4pm – 6pm) (1st hour only)… Read More

2016: The Workforce Tide has shifted

By: Donna Metallic It is true the Millennial generation now makes up the largest population of the workforce.  At 27% of the workforce this group will bring new perspective and will drive different expectations. In fact, as Jamie Gutfreund, chief strategy officer for the Intelligence Group notes, a full 86 million millennials will be in the workplace by 2020—representing a full 40%… Read More

The ABCs of Design – Great Design is Balanced

By: Jay Johnson This blog article is the second in a series of 26 related commentaries that seek to answer the question, “What is Interior Design?” by exploring various terms associated with the profession. This entry, Great Design is Balanced, discusses the importance of balance. Sometimes it is helpful, when defining a term, to look at what it is not…. Read More