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Busting Corporate Strategy Out of the Boardroom

MIKE NATALIZIO
CEO of HNI

We like to work with organizations that are gamechangers — the kind that want to grow and that are willing to make changes and tough choices to achieve the future they envision.

Topics: Construction Transportation Leadership / Strategy Manufacturing

How to Spot Risk Management Advisors Worth Trusting

JILL WITTING
HNI Vice President and Relationship Manager

It's a cold, hard truth that when it comes to buying businesses insurance, lots of organizations view the process as little more than looking over the cost of a commodity.

Topics: Construction Transportation Leadership / Strategy Manufacturing

A Risk Manager’s Perspective on Ebola

MIKE NATALIZIO
HNI CEO

Have you seen CNN lately? Coverage of the Ebola outbreak is getting crazy. Every day, there’s a new article with a new angle on this disease.

Topics: Construction Transportation Leadership / Strategy Manufacturing

Your Company's 5-Point Plan of Attack for Total Risk Management

JODI MATHY
HNI Senior Claims Consultant

Many business leaders think about insurance and total risk management in two contexts: when they're paying insurance premiums and when they're dealing with claims.

Topics: Construction Transportation Leadership / Strategy Manufacturing

Risk Control: Should You Own or Rent Your Risk?

JILL WITTING
Vice President and Relationship Manager

We live and breathe all-things risk here at HNI, and when it comes to risk control, a concept we like to explore with clients and prospects is owning vs. renting your risk.

Topics: Construction Transportation Leadership / Strategy Manufacturing

Wicked Problems are Beautiful

MIKE NATALIZIO
HNI CEO

If you’ve been hanging around here lately, you know that one of our hot buttons is the topic of wicked problems. Wicked business problems are different from any old type of problem — we define them as the kind of problems you can’t just write a check to make go away.

Topics: Construction Transportation Leadership / Strategy Manufacturing

How to Conquer Your Business Weaknesses in 3 Easy Steps

KYLE MEINERT
Risk Advisor

If you're a leader in your organization, it's 3-n-3 time. No, I'm not talking about a basketball tournament.

Topics: Construction Transportation Leadership / Strategy Manufacturing

Where Do You Fall on the Risk Assumption Continuum?

CHRIS DALY
HNI Vice President

Successfully managing risk assumption and controlling costs are important objectives for all companies. However, the manner in which a company goes about achieving these objectives varies depending on size, predictability of losses, risk management abilities, and financial strength.

Topics: Construction Transportation Leadership / Strategy Manufacturing

What's at Risk When You Don't Make a Business Succession Plan?

APRIL WEATHERSTON
HNI Director of Insurance Services

If your business made it out of the Great Recession, congratulations. No doubt you had to 
Topics: Construction Transportation Leadership / Strategy Manufacturing

Why Teaching Drivers Risk Avoidance is Better than Emergency Training

MARK G. GARDNER
CEO, Avatar Management Services, Inc.

Truck driver risk was in full view as thousands of cars were stuck in Atlanta during a two-inch snowfall this winter. There were more than 1,200 accidents. Residents couldn’t get home, and it became the lead story on national TV. Truck drivers were told to stay out of Georgia. From many points of view, it was a debacle. Two weeks later, winter came again to the South, but this time the answer was: Stay off the roads.

Topics: Transportation Leadership / Strategy