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Long-term Success; The Value of Persistence

Posted July 13th, 2017

A blog post by Ron Scheese, President & CEO of Andesa Services Earlier this year I penned a blog on perseverance entitled If at First You Don’t Succeed.  I’ve had a number of reactions and conversations about the subject of persistence and perseverance as a virtue. One recent conversation was with a friend about leading ... MORE

The Tree Experiment

Posted June 22nd, 2017

A blog by Ron Scheese, President & CEO of Andesa Services Several Andesa Services’ employees are helping to breathe life into our company’s values. During recent focus groups, each participant took 60 seconds to draw a tree and then watched a short YouTube video entitled The Tree.  Using the theme of core values, the groups ... MORE

Andesa Information Security Program

Posted June 6th, 2017

Thank you for visiting Andesa Services.  This link is provided through our Masters Services Agreement, your PDF download of the Andesa Information Security Program is embedded in the link below. If you should have any further questions, please feel free to reach out to us through any Contact Us sidebar. Andesa Information Security Program PDF ... MORE

My 2017 Summer Reading List

Posted June 2nd, 2017

A blog post by Ron Scheese, President and CEO of Andesa  I enjoyed the engagement with my blog readers when I released my 2016 summer reading list, so I had to take the opportunity for lightning to strike twice.  Self-described as an “Omnivorous Reader – Love the Beach” in my Twitter profile, I have had ... MORE

Accentuate the Positive

Posted May 16th, 2017

A blog post written by Ron Scheese, President & CEO of Andesa Services If you drive on Pennsylvania roads for many years, chances are you will eventually hit a deer. My accident occurred on a busy stretch of highway one morning during my commute. Climbing a slight hill on Route 222 North coming out of Reading, ... MORE

The 100-Year-Old Ivy Lee Time Management Method That is Still Relevant Today

Posted April 18th, 2017

The Twenty-Five Thousand Dollar Solution A blog post by Ron Scheese, President & CEO of Andesa Services. Perhaps the best business advice I ever received I refer to as the $25,000 solution.  I do not recall in which book or magazine I first heard the story of Ivy Lee’s method, but it was early in ... MORE

How Healthy Conflict Can Make a Business Stronger

Posted March 21st, 2017

Values Are Not Binary A blog written by President & CEO, Ron Scheese During focus groups with several Andesa Services’ employees who are helping to breathe life into our company’s values, we watched a segment from the 2015 movie Steve Jobs, featuring Michael Fassbender as Jobs and Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak, the “Woz.” The ... MORE

If At First You Don’t Succeed

Posted February 28th, 2017

Tips for Maintaining Your Perseverance in the Workplace A Blog post from Ron Scheese, President & CEO There is something inspirational in stories of accomplishments achieved through the power of perseverance.  I am frequently inspired through times of trial and tribulations from such inspirational quotes and stories. Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, ... MORE

Mission Critical

Posted February 15th, 2017

Applying Lessons from our Fellowship Program to Andesa Operations Blog post by Ron Scheese, President & CEO Andesa is about to launch its search process for our Andesa Fellowship program.  The Fellowship allows for an employee to take up to three months of paid leave to make a meaningful impact within a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. ... MORE

Engaged Clients

Posted January 31st, 2017

Three Steps to Create Engaged Clients Blog post by Ron Scheese, CEO of Andesa We made a mistake. As a technology company that prides itself on quality, it shouldn’t happen; but it did. We moved code into production which should not have been available to certain clients due to the nature of the business they ... MORE


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Long-term Success; The Value of Persistence