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Wrangling the evolving enterprise: How finance steers the company through boom and bust

Wham! The sound of a large public company hitting the wall can be deafening—i.e., a front-page news story or a radical stock drop. Or it may occur slowly, almost silently over time, perhaps from stealthy competitor moves, a slower pace of innovation or hundreds or thousands of employees trying to adjust to strategy shifts and […]

Why we don’t do lunch (not to build partnerships, anyway)

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what partnerships mean in Silicon Valley. In building our ecosystem of partners—service providers that complement RoseRyan’s offerings—I’ve realized two things: One, partnerships between service providers are tricky. And two, many people throw the word partner around, and yet it has different meaning for each person. Our clients often […]

RoseRyan on top 100 women-owned businesses list

RoseRyan was just named one of the Bay Area’s Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times. I am very proud to be a part of a company to receive this honor. To learn we are ranked No. 35 in an outstanding lineup was humbling, and the women who […]