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Executive Insight

Executive Insight

To be a leader requires us to be willing, vulnerable, and courageous to make mistakes. It requires us to step out of our comfort zones, take risks, adapt to unexpected changes, and learn from triumphs and failures.

Executive Insight

7 Ways to Help Your Employees Become—and Stay—Healthy

By Mark Hennessey, President/CEO [markh@ineda.com] Our health tends to be one of the first things that we let suffer—especially during busy times, like RIGHT NOW. When we’re so busy, we often fall into bad habits that persist even when the busy season passes. Whether you’re a service technician, owner, manager, parts/service employee, or general staff… Read More »

Nebraska Field Notes

Nebraska Field Notes

Another successful season is complete, and from all reports it sounds as though it was a bountiful harvest. Yields were excellent. Harvest conditions were normal, for the most part; a little rain slowed it down some, but not for long. The biggest concern I’m aware of is that soybeans were dry but the stems were… Read More »

Executive Insight: Supply Chain

Executive Insight: Supply Chain

The disruption of the entire supply chain is forcing many manufacturers and dealers to rethink their business models. From manufacturing products with limited raw materials or constrained subassemblies, to managing new and used inventory and parts, to labor shortages, to implement dealers managing their operations, we are facing a subset of the challenges related to… Read More »

Executive Insight: Adversity and Perseverance

“It is easy to be a leader when everything is going well for you. A true leader is someone who steps up when the adversity shows up.” -Ed Thomas, legendary high school football coach in Aplington-Parkersburg, IA

Employee Retention Credit

Employee Retention Credit

Michelle Thornburg, Koski Professional Group, P.C. You may have heard about the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) but thought it wouldn’t apply to your business. The ERC was extended through December 31, 2021 and the qualifying requirements to claim the credits were reduced. As a result, you may be eligible for sizable tax credits. You previously… Read More »