Just like a professional quarterback, you are incredibly valuable. You are valuable to your company, your colleagues, your staff, your family, your friends, your community, and just as important, to yourself. Like a quarterback, you have a blind side that must be protected at all costs.
These days, everyone seems to be talking about Joint Venture Partnerships, yet there is little definition surrounding what joint ventures are and how you can make them work for you. Let’s shed a little light, shall we?
Business leaders complain all the time that nothing seems to have changed in their organizations, despite their best efforts to make things happen. Yet they continue to do the same things and receive the same results. Well, it’s no wonder why nothing has changed!
With the new year, it’s time for you to decide and embrace the new ways of doing business that will help you reduce your operational costs, engage with your customers in a better way, and streamline your business processes so that it becomes easier for you to grow BIG when the time comes. Here are the top business-altering trends that will see a huge acceptance in the year 2011.
If you are running a home-based business, don’t try to do it all alone. Get the support you need and focus on the core tasks of your home business.
Whether you are a solo home-based entrepreneur, work at home mom, freelancer or a small business owner, you can expect to wear many hats. With so many tasks to do, the challenge is to be aware when you are working ON your business – not IN your business.
One of the common mistakes of small business entrepreneurs is entering into contracts and agreements without thoroughly understanding the terms of the agreement. Learn how a small business owner learned this lesson the hard way
When 20 percent of the most powerful business leaders in The United States lose their jobs, there is a problem! Top business consultants have argued for business to better strategize, align, and implement.
In a world awash in digital technologies, customers have changed. From our smartphones to our social networks, today’s digital tools link all of us in a web of constant interaction that is changing our relationships to each other, and to organizations of all kinds. To thrive in our digital age, businesses need to re-imagine their customers not as a mass of isolated individual actors, but as customer networks.