Often the mantra tough times equals terrible temptations rings true when looking at why an employee might find and justify the opportunity to steal, embezzle and defraud your company. At the end of the day, we all tighten those purse strings and keep a close eye on things when times […]
Category Archives: Training
Businesses have many controls in place to manage assets that are the life blood of your organization. Often times, those assets can create temptation for employees. Knowing what to look out for and creating systems of checks and balances to ensure that no one person has autonomy is key. Checks […]
At our latest informational seminar, “Do You Hear What I Hear?“, attendees were engaged in activities and discussions revolving around the never-ending generational debate and stereotypes that we all harbor. Kari Heistad of Culture Coach International (CCI) delivered a powerful presentation highlighting the unique characteristics of our generations and how […]
Join Welsh Consulting on January 14, 2014 at the Harvard Club Downtown for the next edition in our information series. “Do You Hear What I Hear? – Communication and Technology Across the Generational Divide” will be the topic of presentation and discussion. Breakfast and networking will be hosted at the Harvard Club […]
Welsh Consulting hosted an educational seminar highlighting the benefits of hosting your network infrastructure in the cloud. Hosting services are becoming more and more prevalent in businesses of all sizes, and as the availability of hosting providers grows and matures, small businesses can take advantage of the economic gains offered. […]
This past Friday, we had the pleasure of attending MIT’s 2012 Sustainability Summit. The summit was a great opportunity to engage with individuals on the cutting edge of the sustainability movement and to learn about the emerging ideas and best practices that apply to the IT field and the industries […]
Staging and simulation environments have always been a part of training. In training medical students, the ease of using a practical environment without causing real problems is a necessity. In Information Technology, a virtual training ground can be more cost efficient and less disruptive.