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Who You Know…

Who You Know…

It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. So what’s the best way to influence change in government? Get to know your representatives!

Nebraska Field Notes

Nebraska Field Notes

By Mark Othmer, Nebraska Field Director [marko@ineda.com] Is winter over yet? I certainly hope so, as every year it seems to be a little harder for me to handle cold weather and strong winds. Hopefully the spring wind will blow in some rain from the south, as it has been a very dry winter. Water… Read More »

The Dog Days of Summer

The Dog Days of Summer

The dog days of summer are upon us. I think I have discovered the true meaning of the “good ol’ days.” I remember anxiously awaiting the end of the school year when I would be able to waste the day away playing with my friends, fishing, and attempting to train my newest best friend, a springer spaniel puppy named Joe. Those were truly the “good ol’ days.”

Q&A with INEDA Field Directors

INEDA is fortunate to have two field directors on the road visiting dealers and distributors. One of their roles is to listen to members’ needs and concerns and provide immediate solutions. One of the main issues facing members today is hiring and retaining employees, so we sat down with our field directors to find out what they’re hearing from dealers on the topic.

Company Culture: Planned or Perceived?

Mark Othmer, Nebraska Field Director, marko@ineda.com Every business, whether intentional or not, has a culture. Company culture is defined as the shared values, attributes, and characteristics of an organization. It is evident in the way an organization’s employees interact with each other, the values they hold, and the decisions they make. Company culture encompasses a… Read More »

Nebraska Notes

Nebraska Notes

[Author: Mark Othmer, 05.2020 | Keywords: Nebraska Field Notes] This has been a very unusual time. Coronavirus has dictated nearly every action/inaction upon us today. While we all continue to do our best to support social distancing, we’ve had to utilize different methods to collect information than we have in the past. I used to… Read More »