More stories about Management

  • In the Minority

    Two years ago, Paul Alfano decided to rethink some of his marketing strategies.

  • Techno-Smart

    Instead of an official theme this year, organizers of the Atlantic City Pool & Spa Show decided to go high-tech.

  • Political Action

    I am currently running for the Republican nomination to serve in the Texas State Legislature, House District 15.

  • The Sixties: Early Years. Free-for-All. Pleasure. Self-Definition. Growing Pains.

    The pool industry in the 1960s was like a toddler first learning about the world. It lurched forward on unsteady legs, grasping at everything in its path with a wild rush of energy and enthusiasm.

  • The Aughts: Early Extravagance. Recession. Technological Advances. Resilience.

    The decade started out quietly enough.

  • Getting Certified

    Close to a decade ago, we became the first pool builder to be certified for ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems, which verifies we have a series of processes and procedures in place to ensure consistent quality from customer to customer.

  • Taylor Restructures Management

    Change is afoot at the managerial level of Taylor Technologies’ sales department. Chemical engineer Christopher Golden has been promoted to director of business development, and degreed chemist Jody O’Grady has risen to director of sales operations.

  • How to Fight City Hall

    Business is tough throughout the country, but in parts of Georgia, things could be a whole lot worse.

  • Employee Cell Phones: To Own or Not to Own?

    Owning the cell phones your employees use for business purposes can allow you to control costs, keep confidential information private and even protect your business legally.

  • Great Expectations

    “Retail Raves” asks one retailer to specify a product that’s making a difference in his or her business.