Step into the new home office of Crew Carwash in Fishers, Indiana and you’ll see images of leaders Joe and Ed Dahm on the glass wall accompanied by these words: “We are in the people business… we just happen to wash cars.”
Collaborative learning occurs when members of a group come together to discuss ideas and solve problems with the intention of learning. This model of learning is particularly useful when it occurs in cohorts.
In growth firms, there’s a push to get remarkable results! However, it can be challenging to stay focused on a longer-term vision – or navigate a powerful strategy to reach those goals year after year.
Business success requires strategic implementation of “4 Decisions”: 1) People, 2) Strategy, 3) Execution, and 4) Cash.
As you do your annual planning efforts you may be asking yourself this question: How can we scale up with the staffing pressures that we feel?
Create a climate of high-performance to prevail and succeed in challenging times.
During the fourth lap of the 2020 Indianapolis 500 race, I was on the edge of my seat watching as the right front wheel of car #51 driven by Australian James Davison burst into flames!
In this interview, Joanne Farrell Quinn, PhD, offers important insights for honing the skill of conflict resolution, a critical competency of Emotional Intelligence.
Facing a global pandemic that resulted in an economic crisis that disrupted normal work at the office was the challenge Tom Ward and his Indianapolis-based team were facing.
What CREW Carwash, an Indianapolis-based company knows, is this; the climate and weather impact the number of cars washed.