Strategic Alliances

The Art of Persuasion for Business Analysts

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The Art of Persuasion for Business Analysts

As a business analyst it is entirely likely that you will be trying to convince either stakeholders or your own team members on a regular basis.

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Promoting Positive Relationships with Stakeholders

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Promoting Positive Relationships with Stakeholders

At the start of any new project, there are always numerous obstacles to overcome. Learn some strategies you can use to promote positive relationships with stakeholders.

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Business Partnership Pros and Cons

April 20, 2016 | By | Reply More
Business Partnership Pros and Cons

Developing a successful business relationship is not task, with many ups and downs. Learn the basic business partnership pros and cons so you can evaluate if this type of business activity is right for your venture.

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10 Steps For Business-to-Business Partnership Deals

April 19, 2016 | By | Reply More
10 Steps For Business-to-Business Partnership Deals

Whether you’ve never established a partnership business deal or you have created several, learn the 10 steps to creating successful business-to-business partnership deals.

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Protecting Your Business From Substitutes: Strategic Alliances

March 30, 2016 | By | Reply More
Protecting Your Business From Substitutes: Strategic Alliances

Are your products in danger due to substitutes and imitation? Learn how to protect an entrepreneur’s company from substitutes using strategic alliances

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10 Tips to Increase Your Revenue through Strategic Alliances

March 6, 2016 | By | Reply More
10 Tips to Increase Your Revenue through Strategic Alliances

Strategic alliance or partnering can reap mutual benefits for all parties. Learn 10 basic tips on how to increase your revenue through strategic alliances.

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Why Your Business Needs to Develop Good Banking Relationship

April 10, 2014 | By | Reply More
Why Your Business Needs to Develop Good Banking Relationship

In partnering with a good business bank, savvy business owners give themselves a competitive edge. A successful banking relationship gives you an experienced advisor who can help you weather bumps in the road and assist in growing your business.

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6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Changing Vision

November 2, 2013 | By | Reply More
6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Changing Vision

Learn why changing vision and discrepancies in the core values and principles among the business partners are a major cause of the failure of business partnerships

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6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Control Issues

November 2, 2013 | By | Reply More
6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Control Issues

When control is in the picture, it is a lose/lose proposition that could lead to the end of a business partnership. Learn 7 ways controlling behavior affects the bottom line and how to stop controlling behavior

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6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Cumulative Money Problems

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6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Cumulative Money Problems

Conflicts over money or money problems are very high on the list of reasons that 70% of business partnerships fail. Learn how differing attitudes on money and money problems can break business partnerships

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6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Competitive, Not Complementary Action

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6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Competitive, Not Complementary Action

Not all business parternships work well. Learn why competitive, not complementary action among partners contribute to the failure of a business partnership.

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6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Conflict Becoming the Norm

October 31, 2013 | By | Reply More
6 Signs Your Business Partnership Will Fail: Conflict Becoming the Norm

Conflict is one of the common causes of the end of business partnership2. Learn how to avoid conflict especially if it will lead to the collapse of the partnership

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