In the military, deployment means to spread the troops out strategically, to be ready. It encompasses all activity from home station through their destination.
As the leader of your company, you’ve experienced change often. Situations like moving to a new facility, hiring different managers, switching brands of equipment, or even just changing the time of a standing meeting are all changes that can create stress within an [...]
Management Tips - Simple Answers
The answer is no - at least not if you choose the right software "partner." In today’s market, it is much important to buy into the right partner than it is to buy the [...]
Everyone has a story.
Some stories are truly compelling … like the story of Christmas, for example. If a story of hope and possibility is not compelling, what is? That is perhaps why all these centuries later we still celebrate this story. Some stories are more mundane, [...]
Remember using these? If you do, you might not be the best person to make your company's software decisions.
If you want to recruit top employees, you need to take a hard look at the software you’re using. Potential employees will elect to work for companies that provide the [...]
With the 2018 Winter Olympics fast approaching, we're reminded of the cornerstone of competition: we play to win. This seems like a simple idea, but it's often misunderstood. The point of any game is to win.
“But Kevin, what about ‘It’s not whether you win or lose, but how [...]
If you missed the GIE (Green Industry Expo) in Louisville, you missed a great and educational show. And you also happened to miss the live launch of our latest version of our landscape and snow management software: Aspire Version 4.0. (But, if you did miss it, don’t worry. I [...]
Pictured above - Kevin Kehoe (center) runs a Tough Mudder obstacle course to fight cancer at U.S. Marine Corps Camp Pendleton near San Diego, Calif.
There are more than 90,000 landscape maintenance, snow and construction businesses in the US and Canada. Less than 10 percent ever grow larger than $1,000,000 in annual revenue. There’s no crime in that, as there is no requirement to be “bigger.” Many contractors like to [...]