• Melissa Jezior
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    High Performance Teams: It’s All About Metrics and Core Values

    When you think of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) coaches who have the highest performing teams, what names come to mind? Melissa chats with Anson Dorrance, one of the most successful coaches in collegiate athletics, to discuss how to build a lasting culture in a high turnover environment.

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  • Melissa Jezior
    Culture: It’s A Team Sport

    Melissa sits down with two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA Women’s World Cup champion soccer powerhouse Abby Wambach to talk teams and culture. Just how important is culture to a team and what’s the secret sauce to a constructing a powerful culture?

  • Suzanne Williams
    Lean Early and Hard into Corporate Culture for M&A Success

    Another day, another deal in the health and life sciences industries. Healthcare mergers and acquisitions have been a major headline in recent year, occurring at a record pace and changing the face of the industry.

  • Melissa Jezior
    Lessons from the Theranos Toxic Culture

    Theranos is back in the news. Not for any major developments on the shocking collapse of the Silicon Valley blood testing company led by Elizabeth Holmes, but because of a new documentary and podcast that shed light on a disturbing company culture.

  • Melissa Jezior
    Is it getting even harder to recruit and retain tech talent in Virginia?

    Our offices are located on “ground zero” of Amazon’s new HQ2 arriving soon in Virginia. We’re literally in a building the online retailer reportedly soon will occupy – so we have an up-close view of the decided excitement about the company’s arrival.

  • Suzanne Williams
    5 Ways to Make a Healthcare Company Culture Better and Why it Matters

    Talent – finding it, attracting it, acquiring it, and retaining it – is commonly cited as a top concern by healthcare executives. As the U.S. unemployment rate continues to fall, the availability of skilled healthcare workers remains limited, and competition for universally relevant skills (e.g., data analytics) is stiff.