Kim Houlne tells how she built a network of agents to provide customer support for clients in industries from healthcare to travel. Working Solutions developed analytics to track productivity of thousands of home-based agents working across the country.
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Sarah Chapin discusses Hail Merry’s passion to promote higher health by making plant-based, refrigerated snack foods that are vegan, non-GMO and gluten-free. Learn how founder, Susan O’Brien, cooked up the concept by testing recipes in her Dallas home and how the team continues to grow the brand – now available in 3,500 stores across the country.
Canadian real estate developer Jack Matthews tells why he decided to relocate his business to North Texas in the late 1980s. With projects from Calgary to Dubai, Matthews Southwest is best known for Dallas’ Southside redevelopment – an area many once avoided, now in high demand.
Keith Cerny says offering artistically diverse productions and programs like the Institute for Women Conductors draws talent from around the world.
Marvin Ellison tells how JCPenney is mounting a comeback. Learn how prior leadership tried to reinvent the company and how it has responded to lessons learned.
Jim Lentz tells how the world’s top automaker is consolidating operations to Toyota’s new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas – scheduled for completion in early 2017. Learn how the design of the campus aims to promote social interaction with a focus on collaborative work. Lentz shares lessons learned when Toyota faced critical safety concerns with cars suddenly accelerating.
In part two of a two-part series, Rob Kaplan discusses the role of The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and how it helps shape the nation’s monetary policy. Kaplan says that while big banks have rebounded, smaller community banks continue to face challenges
In part one of a two-part series, Rob Kaplan discusses the role of The Federal Reserve and the decision to raise interest rates last December. Kaplan says Wall Street firms are working to rebuild public trust that was broken during the banking crisis.
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