In order for business success you must have a clear grasp on your company’s finances.
To improve the effectiveness of your meetings, think about the time you allocate to each meeting and, more importantly, to each decision and issue you want to address.
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Nobody likes to miss a goal, and your response to missed goals will define you as a leader. Are you thoughtful before you respond, or do you regularly punish and criticize people for missing goals, regardless of the situation? Do you treat everyone equally, or do you have favorites?
Are you working longer hours than ever? Is your team screaming that they cannot take on another initiative, but you feel you must add more to their plate? Are key priorities getting pushed back because short-term issues keep consuming everyone’s time?
Even the most successful leaders and entrepreneurs can have holes, or leaks, in their business model or strategies. That means that there are components of their business that are being slowed down or aren’t running as efficiently as they could be.
So, what do you think is key to consistently growing revenue? I firmly believe that the first step is to have a good strategy. And how do you know that your strategy is right? It’s good when your revenue growth is over 20% or is at the top of your industry group. However, growth is not easy to sustain.
It will probably come as no surprise that the most financially healthy companies put tremendous emphasis on having recurring revenue streams.
When Dr. George Land published his seminal work on transformation theory in 1973, he set in motion a line of thinking that would completely transform
In this interview with Square Peg Round Hole, Howard shares an essential framework to ensure your business moves forward in this rapidly changing and competitive
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