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Steady at the helmDr. Steven Gabbe provided calm leadership at Wexner Medical Center

Dr. Steven Gabbe provided calm leadership at Wexner, while ushering in major cultural shifts. He reflects back on his time as CEO and on how they managed so much change so successfully.

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Cardinal HealthGeorge Barrett and Cardinal Health stay ahead of health care’s pace of change

CEO George Barrett and the Cardinal Health employees are positioning the $91 billion company to remain a solution provider to the health system.

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2014 Business Hall of FameJunior Achievement teaches tomorrow’s entrepreneurs, honors the leaders of today

This year’s inductees for Junior Achievement's Central Ohio Business Hall of Fame are Doug Kridler of The Columbus Foundation, and Yvette McGee Brown of Jones Day.

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Central Ohio’s Smart 50 make success happen by being on target

Smart Business presents the Oswald Cos. Smart 50 Awards to celebrate and recognize central Ohio’s top executives for their ability to effectively build and lead innovative and “smart” organizations.

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How to determine when a settlement makes sense

Jill Havens, a settlement coordinator at CompManagement, discusses the settlement process and when to initialize a settlement with an injured worker.

Investment strategies for navigating today’s highly valued market

Investors often struggle with how to respond to a highly valued market. Regardless of one’s personal portfolio strategy and allocation, investors may need to take less risk today than they were 12 and 24 months ago.

How to set up internal controls on limited resources

Setting up internal controls is challenging for small and midsized companies. Generally, you don’t have that many employees, and the internal control aspect often takes a backseat. Find out about some key controls that even organizations with limited resources can implement.

How to increase participation in health screenings, encourage preventive visits

Employees understand the benefits of preventive care and want to know their risk factors. But they also might need a push, which is why it’s still a challenge to get employees engaged. Learn how to incentivize employees to focus more on prevention.

Energy efficiency audits can be a valuable tool in reducing expenses

Business owners who continuously evaluate the energy it takes to power their company and then search for ways to do it more efficiently can significantly reduce their expenses.