The business books you need to read in 2017

Ask a group of successful business executives how they got to where they are, and you’ll get a variety of responses with one common thread: to be successful, you must engage in continuous learning. At Hartman, our team members find reading to be one of the best ways to learn. Below are a few of our Continue Reading

Barriers to innovation: Is your IT department holding back?

Innovation. It’s more than just new ideas; it’s having the structure and freedom to build them out, and the willingness to risk that putting them into action will bring meaningful, positive change to the company, its customers and the industry. So, would you call your IT department innovative?

Highlights from Hartman’s LTPAC CEO Roundtable

How can post-acute and acute care providers partner to address the demands on the healthcare industry? Hartman Executive Advisors, an independent technology advisory firm, recently brought together long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) CEOs and CFOs to discuss ways to develop and maintain meaningful partnerships with acute care providers. There isn’t much downtime for healthcare executives and Continue Reading

What nonprofits can learn from the Amazons of the world

Make interactions quick and easy, or be prepared for donors to move on. Tim Kobosko leads Hartman’s Nonprofit & Association Practice. With a background that includes senior IT leadership roles with the United Services Organization (USO) and the Naval Academy Foundation, Tim is passionate about helping nonprofits use technology to accelerate mission accomplishment. Read on Continue Reading

Highlights from the healthcare CEO roundtable

Business intelligence in LTPAC drives better health and business outcomes Hartman Executive Advisors, an independent, strategic technology advisory firm, recently brought together long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) CEOs and CFOs to discuss fully leveraging business intelligence to achieve organizational success. C-suite healthcare executives and administrators are busy with day-to-day operational activities and staff concerns, and rarely Continue Reading