Tag: Thoughts

So, What Have You Done to be Bold?

It often takes bold decisions to be successful, to get noticed and to make an impact. Five years ago, Viewpoint’s leadership led by owner/CEO Jay Haladay, decided to get bold and take steps to grow and enhance the product portfolio...

/ June 24, 2013

Thinking Like An Owner

I received the following email recently from a former employee (now an entrepreneur) that really made my day: I guess like a kid can’t know what his parents feel like until he is a parent; an employee can’t know what...

/ June 10, 2013

Viewpoint Biggest Loser Challenge (BLC)

The BLC is a contest for our employees that consists of weekly recipe challenges, surprise exercise challenges, and key speakers that come onsite to our Portland, Oregon (USA) office to give presentations on topics like “Fat & Energy Metabolism” and...

/ June 5, 2013

Why Can’t Financial Consultants Speak in Plain English?

Every once in a while I come across something that really hits home.  This morning I read an article in one of our Viewpoint Industry Professional (VIP) monthly newsletters that spoke a simple truth about business.  We often make things...

/ May 22, 2013

Viewpoint CEO, Jay Haladay Addresses Audience on the Benefits of Bike Commuting

The city of Portland presented the 2013 Employer Bike Summit at Regence Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Oregon on May 17th to an excited audience of bike commuters and business owners who believe in the benefits of human-powered travel. Viewpoint’s own...

/ May 20, 2013

Improving Profitability: Bridging the Gap Between Accounting & Operations

Rare is the individual that is an expert in both construction operations and financial management, but rarer still is the one that communicates these concepts effectively.  David Brown of D. Brown Management, an advisory firm headquartered in CA, is one...

/ April 9, 2013