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Cary Silverstein

He was a senior professor at DeVry's Keller Graduate School in Wisconsin. Cary has published articles in periodicals and on the Internet. He recently published first book with Dr. Larry Waldman, "Overcoming Your NegotiaPhobia". Cary holds MBAs from L I U’s Arthur T. Roth School of Business. Cary has a BA from CUNY, Queens College. He has certificates in Negotiation from Harvard’s PON and in Labor and Employment Law from Marquette University.

🔒 Entrepreneurial life cycle

Imagine yourself in a darkened theater preparing to see the preview of a new play about the life cycle of a fictional family business....

🔒 Power play

Since the first pitch was thrown out in April, one of the big questions in Major League Baseball has been: Will Yankees slugger Aaron...

🔒 Dealing with labor market churn

Recent labor shortages have forced some restaurants to close or restrict hours. Culver’s, Wendy’s, Arby’s and others are offering up to $18 per hour...

Family Business: Three generations of sundaes

On the tastiest corner in Scottsdale’s Old Town neighborhood is the Sugar Bowl, an ice cream parlor and restaurant with strong ties to Wisconsin.

🔒 What broke the supply chain?

Fleets of container ships loaded with consumer goods are sitting outside the harbors of Long Beach and Los Angeles. There is a national shortage...

🔒 Managing culture through merger

Organizational change is about people and their roles in the achievement of the agency’s mission. It’s hard to steady the helm while navigating the...

🔒 Swimming with the sharks

During each episode of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” you see budding and experienced entrepreneurs jump into the shark-infested waters looking for a deal. While many...

🔒 Career reset

As the economy starts to regain strength in the coming months, and the positive impact of the COVID-19 vaccination program is felt, numerous new...

A road map for crisis management

Preparation results in better response

🔒 A road map for crisis management

No matter if the crisis is internal or external to your organization, time is of the essence. You should have a designated crisis management team ready to expressly handle these types of situations whether they are internal or external to the organization.

More than just a new look

The strategy behind the Cousins Subs rebrand

Seven important steps for interview preparation

When new employment opportunities present themselves, you want to bring your “A” game. Over more than 40 years in business and consulting I have...

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