Does your business have an organizing principle? Without one, you're likely to struggle in knowing what to do next or how to build your business. Watch this short 3 minute video to learn more.
All business people have a ‘to do’ list either written down or in their head. But where does that list come from? Is it longer at the end of the day than at the beginning of the day?
How do you interact with the people who work for you? In my experience, the best way is to have regular one-on-one meetings with your direct reports.
A business degree gives you the foundation and framework for either working for a company or starting your own business. But it isn’t a substitute for getting in there and rolling up your sleeves and making something happen.
Here are some specific do’s and don’ts to consider when growing your startup
In tough economic times, it is easy to fall into the trap of cutting costs to improve profit. I have found that is generally counterproductive.
A SWOT analysis, which stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, is a tool that was developed in the 1960s for Fortune 500 companies. Today, any size company can benefit from conducting this exercise.
During that conversation, on the back of a napkin, we developed the concept for CD Now, the first online record store.
A vision is different from a plan. A vision is a picture of something you want to do before you start working on it.
In business, as in life, nothing ever stays the same. As your marketplace environment changes, your business will either grow or shrink. The choice is up to you.