Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Six Keys to being Excellent

Joseph J Tramontana The six keys to being excellent provides us with some valuable insights. I was always fascinated with blue prints. Blue prints are small meaningful nuggets of information that are clearly communicated. Not all of us are born with exceptional talent like Mozart, but research has found we can all improve dramatically through […]

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The importance of school district financial statements

Joseph J Tramontana The importance of school district finances cannot be emphasized enough. There are thousands of school districts in the United States. Each one of them has procedures for keeping track of what is spent and collected. This collecting and spending information is then prepared into financial statements. These statements are audited by independent […]

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How are Public Colleges handling Declining Revenues?

Joseph J Tramontana discusses college funding How are public colleges handling declining revenues? Public Education (K-12) were not the only institutions to struggle with the great recession. Public Colleges were also affected. Nationally, state support for public colleges declined by nearly 8% (1). The two main revenue sources for public colleges are tuition and state […]

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How do you increase Employee Engagement?

Joseph J Tramontana discusses employee engagement Employee engagement and motivation are critical components to a successful workforce. Employees spend most of their time not with their families, but at work. It is not uncommon any longer to be with your co-workers ten hours a day at least five days each week. If you factor in […]

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