Effective people management is about creating leverage and optimizing results through people. Performance management is a continuous process of identifying, measuring, developing, and rewarding employee performance over time. We believe that the most effective performance management practices occur through effective and impactful two-way conversations between front-line managers and employees focused on setting expectations and goals, rewarding and motivating individuals and teams, coaching and providing feedback to improve skills, and encouraging career growth.
Join Morgridge Institute investigator Dr. Daniela Drummond-Barbosa for a fascinating look at how the tiny but mighty fruit fly can help scientists understand the genetic drivers of stem cell disorders, obesity, infertility, and more through fundamental research of biological processes.
Higher education leaders in Wisconsin, from its private colleges to its technical campuses to the University of Wisconsin System, will outline how they are working to strengthen the state’s tech-based economy during an upcoming luncheon in Wauwatosa.
Join WisPolitics.com for lunch at The Madison Club, 5 East Wilson St., Madison, on Friday, September 15th for a discussion with U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin, D-Madison.
Join us in this retreat for people who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) to practice in community, to be present with and for each other, as we explore how compassion, curiosity, and clarity can support our practice and our lives.
Tickets are on sale for Cap Times Idea Fest 2023! Get them now for your chance to see in-person sessions with guests including Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, former U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, and PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff and her husband, former Wall Street Journal journalist Albert Hunt.
Fall/Spring program Oct. 3-Apr. 16, applications due Sept. 17. Over the course of fourteen weeks, teams take part in iterative learning as they use the Business Model Canvas framework to develop and validate a plan for the infrastructure, finances, and operational aspects of how they will deliver their innovation to the world.
In partnership with Michael Best, BizTimes Media and Milwaukee Founders Community, gener8tor is proud to host our gener8tor Milwaukee Accelerator 2023 Showcase. This cohort of passionate founders is committed to solving problems across many industries, from translation services to AI-enabled education, and they want to share it all with you!
UW-Madison grad students and postdocs are invited to enjoy drinks and appetizers while networking with community members and explore alternative science career options after graduate school through informal conversations. Our first event of the fall features scientists who have careers in the legal space.
Fall 2023 dates: Oct 11 – Dec 6 (Wednesdays, 9 – 11 am). Eight-week course includes 5 live online classroom sessions plus weekly mentor check-ins. The Innovation to Market course is intended as an entry point for innovators, seekers of a creative solutions, designers of novel approaches to social problems or makers of impactful products at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Are you a campus researcher, problem-solver, inventor, maker, entrepreneur, or social impact innovator? Are you looking to maximize impact for your research, turn your idea into a product or service, or start a company or organization?
The Piloting Research Innovation & Market Exploration (PRIME) grant administered by UW–Madison’s Discovery to Product (D2P) aims to enable campus innovators to conduct research activities that mitigate early-stage market risks. Deadline for PRIME proposals for fiscal year 2024 is September 26.
Join us for an update on Wisconsin’s angel and venture activity Tuesday, Sept. 26, at the Tech Council Innovation Network luncheon in Madison.
All commercial medical technologies are subject to federal regulations to ensure safety, efficacy, and performance. These processes and their impact on go-to-market timelines may be unfamiliar to academic researchers and start-up companies.
In BioForward’s upcoming webinar, our members will get comprehensive insights into the latest developments in advocacy. Join us as we dissect recent accomplishments and advancements, unravel the intricacies of new budgetary allocations, and provide a deep dive into pending legislation and pertinent state issues that have been at the heart of our relentless efforts.
Mark your calendars for an illuminating panel event on September 28, hosted by Women in Biohealth (WiB) and TEMPO Madison. This event will provide a comprehensive exploration of the realm of board service, spanning both corporate and non-profit sectors. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting to consider board service, this discussion will unravel the essential responsibilities, required experience, and pathways to board opportunities.