In this issue, the 2021 Entrepreneurial Excellence (E-Day) Award winners and Society of Innovators honorees overcame hurdles to end the year strong.
Learn about people, companies making difference at work and in their communities, including Centier Bank’s Glenn Peterson, who was named the Elkhart branch manager.
The 2021 E-Day honorees overcame obstacles with confidence in their ability to take chances and stay flexible during these uncertain times fueled by the crisis brought on by the pandemic.
Society of Innovators honorees for 2021 have come up with some impressive ways to improve lives, protect market share, kill germs and allow virtual hands-on learning
Modern accounting firms have evolved into places where clients can access an extensive knowledge base of experts for their particular issue beyond traditional number crunching.
The crisis brought on by the pandemic has taught employers to provide assistance to workers to care for their mental health, among other new ways of thinking about work.
Northwest Indiana experts say a succession plan is essential when they need to replace top-level leaders who are retiring or moving on to other challenges.
Higher education, trade and workforce groups collaborate to set workers on path to long-term careers by offering on-the-job training, opportunities for advanced learning.
Rebecca Richards, the first woman to serve as tribal chair of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, says her 25 years of service make her more than ready to lead.
Tom Byelick, Hobart Chamber of Commerce director, combines his business background with love of comedy to provide outside-the-box thinking in new role.