On February 14, 2018 yet another gunman wreaked havoc in an American school. This time in Parkland, Florida, a madman violently took the lives of seventeen innocent victims – brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, innocent young minds, and seasoned professionals. We’ve heard this story one too many times.Read More
Business economics is the study of various financial challenges and issues that face companies operating in specific markets. When used correctly, business economics can help companies become more efficient and profitable. Here are some great tips for applying business economics to your company.Read More
Leadership is a process. It is a complex dynamic that has continued to evolve throughout history. As a leader, it is important that you also continue evolving and developing your mastery of leadership. Learning should be perpetual in this evolution.Read More
Business leaders do NOT need a big blur; they need a tough and honest appraisal of their overall situation – an objective big picture view – and counsel on how to maximize the efficiency and profitability of their business.Read More
The impact a leader has on his or her employees and thus their organization is immense. Too often in today’s society leaders and managers put their organization, the “bottom line” or concern for self before the welfare of their employees. Although this strategy may appear productive in the interim, it will not create a lasting environment for the future.Read More
If you want to take your business operations to the next level, metrics (AKA analytics and other names) should be leveraged to uncover opportunities and measure the results of your business.
Unfortunately, many people are using the word “metrics” but not following the process that it describes.Read More
Pricing is somewhere between science and art. Setting a price on any product or service is something that SEEMS simple to many businesspeople, but requires serious thinking.Read More
Data Intelligence versus Business Intelligence - there is a distinct difference between the two. BI is used to make improvements in the “here and now.” Data Intelligence (DI) collects information from similar sources, but its primary use is for making better decisions moving forward.
Most business people see business as being something like a war. One of the books most business leaders read is The Art of War, by Sun Tzu.Read More