The Jenks Chamber of Commerce will host its next Small Business Academy event on Tuesday, June 6, focusing on building a business operating system.
“Great work culture is the outcome,” said Burr. “But, how do you get there?”
During the class, Burr said he will present a framework for fixing bad work culture, and will walk through practical, achievable steps toward creating great work culture.
Burr has built companies on the principles of building relationships on every level. His main objective, whether it is with his clients, applicants or staff, is to put people in the right position to succeed.
He prides himself on being able to come up with custom hiring and recruiting solutions for every client. His goal is to have everyone experience and notice the “Barracuda Difference.”
The company under his direction continues to grow year over year, and has twice been recognized by making the Inc. 5000 list in 2017 and 2019.
Small Business Academy is the Chamber’s small business-specific program. Designed to strengthen businesses and connect them with resources and inspire, the classroom-setting events include stories from successful entrepreneurs and educational programs.
The program is sponsored by Andy B’s, Barracuda Staffing and Consulting, Victory Remodeling and Tedford Insurance.
Small Business Academy begins at noon, located at Tulsa Tech – Riverside Campus.
Cost is $25 to attend, including lunch. Registration closes on Friday, June 2 at 5 p.m.