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What We Learned About Each Other While Running 100 Miles Together

Every year our team runs a 100-mile relay race through North Georgia (for charity). Along the way, we learn a lot about ourselves and a lot about each other.

Back in October, I wrote a blog post about why our team does hard stuff together. I wrote that post because our team has a standing tradition of doing things like over-night […]

By |2020-01-23T19:21:47+00:00December 30th, 2019|Culture, News and Events|0 Comments

Why We Do Hard Stuff Together at risk3sixty

High School wrestling taught me a lot about shared adversity. We were a strange and gritty bunch of guys that won matches against teams who were far superior to us on paper. We practiced in a small room that was more a makeshift sauna than practice facility, pushed each other past our limits, and had an amazing coach who was a […]

By |2020-01-23T19:23:59+00:00October 14th, 2019|Culture|0 Comments

ISO 27001: Understanding Security Roles and Responsibilities and Why They Are Vital to the Success of Your Security Program

When building your Information Security Management System (ISMS) as part of ISO 27001 program implementation one of the most important elements of the system of management for your security program is ensuring all stakeholders understand their roles and responsibilities. (If you are unfamiliar with ISO 27001 and the “ISMS” you can  read our whitepaper on the ISO […]

How We Measure Candidates at risk3sixty

Business boils down to one thing: People

People are the most challenging (and rewarding) part of a successful business. And I mean the full lifecycle of employee experience. You have to do a great job recruiting, making hiring decisions, then training people better than anyone else, creating a culture where people want to stay, and if people leave – helping them succeed […]

By |2020-06-24T18:22:12+00:00December 20th, 2018|Culture|0 Comments

Why Companies Should Hire Small Firms

“Why would they hire you instead of one of the big firms?”

Today i was reading “The Bootstrapper’s Bible” by Seth Godin and there was one section that caught my eye. “What’s a Big Company Got that You Haven’t Got?”

That’s a pretty good question and Seth lays it out pretty well, four of which are most relevant […]

Five Ways to make the Board of Directors and Executives Very Happy

Unless you are part of senior management the closest most of us come to the Board of Directors (BODs) or executives is reading their Ivy League bios on the company website. But a good consultant knows the way to your bosses heart is by making the BODs very happy. The good news is making the big-whigs happy isn’t that hard – you […]