Today’s the Day! Intertech Learning Summit and 25th Anniversary

2016LearningSummit5Today’s the day!  Join us for great presentations and a hosted reception from 3:00 – 6:00 at Intertech:

  • 3:00 — Leveraging IoT to Improve Your Products and Services (Jim Karg, Sr. Intertech Consultant)
  • 4:00 — Using Agile and Scrum across the Organization (Lonnie Weaver-Johnson, Agile Instructor)
  • 5:00 — Delivering High Performance using Employee Engagement (me)

Also, in celebrating our 25th anniversary, we’ll have a drawing for $5,000 of training and other fine free stuff.

It’s an open house… show up if it works whenever it works!

Intertech Named a Top Workplace

StarTribuneTopWorkplacesEarlier this year, Intertech was named one of the 30 Best Places to Work in Technology in America by Fortune magazine, a top work place in Minnesota by Minnesota Business magazine, and this Sunday a Top Workplace in Minnesota by the Star Tribune newspaper.  My thanks to our super-dedicated employees and loyal customers for making us possible.

My Radio Interview on The Small Business Advocate

My thanks to Jim Blasingame of The Small Business Advocate for our conversation about  leadership, Intertech and The 100.  Below are parts one and two of the interview:

Part 1

Part2

My Interview with Investor’s Business Daily

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My thanks to writer Michael Mink and Investor’s Business Daily for interviewing me for the article “Build Business On A Foundation Of Efficiency And Engagement“.  Below is the start of the article with a link to the complete online article.

“Oganizations that create engaged employees have performance measurables that far surpass companies that don’t, according to Gallup.

“To win Customers — and a bigger share of the marketplace — companies must first win the hearts and minds of their employees,” the research company says in its 2013 report, “The State of The American Workplace.”

That’s certainly been the experience of Tom Salonek, the CEO of technology consulting and training firm Intertech and the author of “The 100: Simple Steps for Building a Winning Business.” He and Steven Gold, author of “How We Succeed: Making Good Things Happen Through the Power of Smart Experiments,” share across-the-board tips on making your business and yourself more efficient.”

Read the full article here.