R&R Means Business: A How to on Building the Business Case & Maintaining Program Funding

October 7, 2013 | By Mike Ryan

Presented by: Mike Ryan, Senior Vice President, Client Strategy

Looking to strengthen your argument for an employee recognition or sales incentive program? Want some pointers on what to include in your financial projections? Join Madison’s Mike Ryan along with Rodger Stotz, Chief Research Officer for the Incentive Research Foundation as they present R&R Means Business: A "How To" On Building The Business Case & Maintaining Program Funding.

It’s free and listeners will get some helpful insight on:

  • Why without a strong argument, you may not get the funding you need

  • What external data can strengthen your case

  • The financial calculations your executives may use to rank your proposal


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With Maestro, our clients use social employee recognition to strengthen the bond between managers and their teams; and the relationship between employees and their companies.


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