Remember that Today’s Solutions Always Create Tomorrow’s Problems

Posted on 27. Oct, 2009 by in Business, Finances/Money Management, Leadership, Operations, Planning, Strategy

Business Week just ran an article in this week’s edition (Nov. 2, 2009) on, What’s Holding Tech Back. The subtitle was/is, “The surprise surge in demand for PC’s and handsets has the industry scrambling to get the supply chain humming.” Now, before you hit the snooze button, hang on for a moment. This will be […]

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Want to Increase Your Organization’s Speed?

Posted on 23. Oct, 2009 by in Books, Business, Change, Growth, Leadership, Managing Talent, Time Management

If you could speed up the pace at which your people implement and execute your ideas and plans, what would that be worth to you? For years, I’ve looked for catalytic mechanisms to do just that and have found few. One of the few ideas I had heard about was the idea of holding a […]

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Get a Daily Cash Report

Posted on 14. Oct, 2009 by in Business, Entreprenuership, Finances/Money Management

One of the more common weaknesses for most owners and CEOs of SMBs is money management. It’s not that they don’t like money, it’s that they don’t feel confident managing it. So, instead of managing it, they focus on the things they like doing–like selling or marketing or creating products or solving problems or creating […]

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Steve Jobs’ Presentation Secrets

Posted on 07. Oct, 2009 by in Books, Business, Communication, Creativity/Innovation, Design, Marketing

If you’ve ever watched Steve Jobs do a product launch, you know you’ve watched a master communicator. And if you’ve ever wondered if you could ever communicate as effectively as Steve, there’s good news for you. Business Week Small Biz columnist, Carmine Gallo, has just published a book on “The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs.” […]

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