Since 2008 when we were founded, and since entering the SBA’s 8(a) Business Development program in 2010, Strategy Management Services Inc. (SAMS) has come a long way. With guidance from industry insiders like our founder Staci Redmon, SAMS has deftly navigated the competitive federal marketplace, winning clients like the Department of Defense (DoD), U.S. Navy and General Services Administration (GSA).
SPRINGFIELD, VA, October 30, 2018 – On October 15, 2018 Strategy and Management Services, Inc. (SAMS) was named the Minority Veteran Business Enterprise of the Year by the National Veteran Owned Business Association (NaVOBA). This award is reserved for companies that are at least 51% owned, operated and controlled by minority U.S. military veterans.
SAMS’ President and CEO, Staci L. Redmon, receives Project 500 Executive Certificate from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business
Making excuses benefits no one. Neither does dwelling on past mistakes, passing blame, and wasting precious time by focusing on a problem. Transform your mistakes into a learning process so you can prevent them from recurring. Simply accept responsibility, provide solutions, and redirect the business towards achieving its overall goals.
A leader has become something that we strive to be instead of accepting that we already are. We celebrate accomplishments that few people can achieve, rather than celebrating the everyday actions that positively influence the lives of others.
SAMS’ President and CEO Staci L. Redmon Speaks as Guest of Honor
Remote teams require emotionally intelligent, agile leaders who understand the impact of both physical and psychological distance. Distributed employees are faced with communication challenges unfamiliar - and quickly forgotten - by their local counterparts.
It’s easy to think that one more click or brainstorming session will provide the “Aha!” moment you seek. Unfortunately, you’re more likely to end up with analysis paralysis and risk missed opportunities.
Management by Walking Around (MBWA) has been practiced for centuries - and for a good reason. It works!
As an entrepreneur, you’re expected to carve your own path - and you’ll undoubtedly face roadblocks along the way. When faced with divergence, find purpose in the moment and make a conscious decision to respond. Take time to reflect on why the situation occurred and what you might learn from it. Then use this knowledge to navigate your path forward.