What drives your search for answers to improve your business? Is it a deep understanding of who you are and what you do; is it an awareness of your objectives/goals and what you want for yourself and your organization... or is it something else? Whether we call it Internet overload, filter failure or just plain lack of clarity, sometimes we need to step back and examine our MO.
Archive for the ‘Start-ups’ Category
There are lessons to be learned from the experience of starting up. Some are simple things - the 'shoulda, woulda, coulda' actions that would have saved time or resources.
In business, there can be a ‘heroic’ view of the startup business with a perception that it’s all about pursuing […]
Leaders of start-ups can proactively manage growth by defining their cultural values, developing competent leaders through coaching, and formalizing a change management plan that accounts for the impact of change on people and culture.
It’s becoming harder and harder to seal up all the loose ends of data. This may take a re-imagining of the way you handle your in-house data management and distribution policy.
Australia consistently ranks as one of the most competitive countries in the world, with the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook highlighting its resilience. More importantly, Australia has successfully integrated with several of the most important Asian countries. Thus, Australia offers a great investment opportunity for entrepreneurs through the access it provides to the Asia-Pacific region.
A proper understanding of the Singapore business culture can assist those who intend doing business in Singapore, making it a simple and rewarding experience.
International tax planning is an important consideration for entrepreneurs who wish to expand their business into offshore markets and an area for potential cost savings.
Did you run up a decent amount of personal debt over the years? Did you make some bad decisions in a prior business, therefore resulting in a large amount of credit card debt? Have you defaulted on one or more credit cards and essentially did not pay the bill?
Recently when I saw the announcement that Paul Otelllini, the current CEO of Intel, was retiring, I immediately thought of […]