Management

(Profit) Compression Algorithms

By Ted Green | July 27, 2017

Scenario #1: It’s a hot, sunny day and you’re out mowing your lawn. Suddenly, you feel an extreme tightening of your chest so severe it takes your breath away.

Inside ‘Train the Trainer'

By Ed Wenck | March 6, 2017

CEDIA recently hosted a “Train the Trainer” class for the CEDIA Outreach Instructor program (COI), which enables trained members to teach courses on a variety of topics specific to the home technology field.

Control4 CEO Martin Plaehn on… the Journey to 2022

By Ted Green | February 13, 2017

During a recent interview for a Residential Systems cover story, Plaehn was particularly impressive with his clear, detailed, nuanced vision of what he calls “the journey” that the industry is taking to the future. Here's what what else he had to say on the subject.

Getting Into the Right Mindset

By Ed Wenck | February 2, 2017

Before he joined Glick Audio and Video in south central Pennsylvania, Nick Cove was running cables for live sound–concerts and the like.

Resi Talks: Experience Counts

By Maureen Jenson | November 30, 2016

Residential Systems sat down with Monika Hill, project manager/system designer for Fusion Media Systems of Kirkwood, MO, to find out about the state of her business, what manufacturers she can count on, and what today’s customers want.

Winning Bids

By Matt Pruznick | November 30, 2016

With the host of excellent tools available today, you can have your company copasetic in no time, leaving you free to do what you do best: designing awe-inspiring systems.

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