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Personal develop articles for dentists and executives starting or managing a group dental practice or dental support organization (DSO).

Dental Office Emergency Prepardness

A different leadership challenge

In his monthly leadership column, Hal Muller helps you prepare for the unexpected in 2019 and beyond.
Dental Office Automation

Increase profits with office automation for the dental group practice / DSO

Jesse Barron catches up with Samantha Aponte to discuss RevenueWell's profit increasing office automation tools for the group practice / DSO.
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Dave Ramsey: start with a dream, end with a goal

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Dental Leadership

Leadership: a New Challenge for Dentistry

With the emergence of hundreds of new dental groups over a short period of time, there is a shortage of strong leaders in our...
Dental DSO CFO / COO For Hire

Experienced DSO CFO/COO seeking opportunities

DSO News is assisting an experienced dental CFO / COO seeking new opportunities for rejoining the dental industry. He is presently the CFO of...
Dental Leadership

Leadership continues to evolve … do you?

When I first got into the business world, I had the choice of being in sales or sales management.  In one case I could...
Dental Teamwork

5 signs and fixes for toxic practice culture

As a dentist, a manager, or an executive, it may be hard to admit to yourself that the culture in your practice is toxic....
Dental Practice Culture

Culture is more important than strategy

Editorial You may have the best business strategy ever conceived and it will not be properly executed if you do not have good company culture....
Building a Dental Group Practice

3 things dentists struggle most with when starting a group practice

It feels as though you cannot turn around these days without running into someone starting a new group practice or dental support organization (DSO)....
Conflict Resolution in the Dental Practice

5 tips for dental conflict resolution

Even if you work to avoid it, conflict is sometimes unavoidable. Earlier in our careers we typically feel powerless and duck to avoid conflict....
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