"Jim, I bought your book and read it cover to cover! There are some fantastic jewels laid out in your book. Great Job! Thank You!" Tom Sacco, President and CEO, Homestyle Dining LLC
Jim Weber has recently completed a… Continue reading
New Century Dynamics Executive Search, has successfully completed a Controller Search assignment for a CPG – Digital client based in the Atlanta Metro Area. This client is a privately held company experiencing rapid growth. We validated a number of… Continue reading
Guest Blog Post by David Shavzin; Partner, ITB Partners
A laser focus on key business TRANSFERABLE Value Drivers will maximize your exit. When I speak on exit and succession planning, I talk about four high-level steps. My… Continue reading
My most recent posts have extolled the virtue of employing a social media strategy for talent acquisition. This week I decided to do some further research in this connection. I begin with phone calls to a couple of my clients.… Continue reading
During my career working for major retail brands, I knew the value of advertising on radio and television. Also known as major media, we could see the results of our buys, almost in real time. However, I understood the cost… Continue reading
A week ago Thursday, my colleague David introduced me to the principals of a small design-build company. These folks have a bit of a conundrum. Last year they hired an individual to fill a key position, however that person is… Continue reading
It isn't easy managing human resources in the new normal!
In the past year, I've been involved in consulting engagements to help small to midsize companies improve their team building efforts. These folks are finding it difficult to attract… Continue reading
New Century Dynamics is pleased to announce a new search assignment for a Financial Controller. The Client is an Atlanta-based, CPG-digital company.
This position reports directly to the President and CEO and has responsibility for overseeing the Human Resources… Continue reading
Article by David Shavzin
Exit Planning or Succession Planning is a Team Sport. When I speak on exit planning/succession planning, I talk about four high-level steps; Succession Planning; Knowing Your Business Value; Transferable … Continue reading