I spent a great deal of 2014 writing and talking about best practices for entrepreneurs and startups. Lets do a recap on my top TweakYourBiz 6 blogs.
Archive for the ‘Leadership’ Category
These days, many firms hire business consultants. This is understandable because these consultants offer many services that can help your business learn better ways to develop its assets and expand your employees’ skills.
SCM explained simply is the management of the flow of goods from the point of origin to the point of consumption. It may sound simple enough, but there are many tasks and processes involved with SCM.
Whether your business is expanding from five employees to six or from 500 to 1,000, your company culture will be affected.
Take a look around you. Are you disorganised and untidy? From bulging inboxes to endless meetings, and from long lists of objectives to terrible time management skills, employees often negotiate a mass of clutter. Here are three things you need to declutter from your business for a better peace of mind:
The recent hackings of computer systems at Sony Pictures (the movie division) and Sony Computer Entertainment (the PlayStation division) are […]
In order to work in a productive and profitably way, it’s important to be able to project manage yourself and your expectations. Once achieved you will be able to reach your goals and advance your career.
From entrepreneurs with a heart for helping others to those who dream of running the next Fortune 500 company, industry leaders are built from an idea that expanded into a moving organism of hope, passion, and dedication.
The single most identifiable character trait of executives or managers, who prey upon captive vulnerable airport customers, is a high degree of manipulation because they appear to be built without much conscience. This leads us to the uncomfortable realization there is no “fixing” people like this.
General Motors ignition switch problems from the 2005-2008 period, and the subsequent lack of responsiveness on the part of the company, demonstrates just how bureaucratically handicapped the company has been and continues to be.