Tuesday, January 31, 2012


Chaos Rules Without a Strategic Business Plan

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 05:51 PM PST

Developing a strategic business plan is something often overlooked by the overly enthusiastic internet entrepreneur! However the value of a good plan in terms of how fast you grow your business can not and should not be ignored! Read more to discover the 3 pitfalls that await anyone who fails to first devise a plan before starting a business on the internet!

Do Want Your Strategic Plan Dead or Alive? Nine Ways to Make It Live

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 03:36 PM PST

Ever wonder why so many strategic plans simply sit on shelves and gather dust? You can take steps to make sure yours doesn't. Here are nine ways to dramatically increase the chances that your plan will be a living, integrated framework that helps you manage your business and move it forward into the kind of future you want.

Hiring Facilitators: Benefits for a Business

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 08:36 AM PST

For businesses, meetings are a common occurrence. Whether the objective is to solve a crucial problem related to the strategic focus of the organization or simply to address communication issues within the workforce, meetings are a crucial part of day-to-day business operations. Yet, when a group meeting is being held for a crucial issue, hours of labor and employee productivity are lost.

Expert Facilitation: Learning the Best Techniques

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 08:35 AM PST

In the corporate world, there are always conflicts that arise. Whether they are as small as a quarrel between two co-workers or as large as an entire workforce that has trouble communicating, every organization has issues that need to be addressed. However, it usually is not a good idea to trust someone internally to take care of the problem.

Operation RIM in 2012: Eliminate Managed Care By Operating a Managed Dental Practice

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 07:32 AM PST

Managed care will cripple your dental practice. But, there's an alternative. By providing strategic management and leadership to your existing dental practice, you don't have to shortchange business growth.

Sole Proprietorships Are OK

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 06:38 AM PST

The strength of corporate entities, is when they are large, they can continue if an important person gets sick, quits, or dies. If a corporation or LLC has only one or two persons owning, managing, or working in it, it is actually no stronger than a sole proprietorship.

Story of the Business

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 06:32 AM PST

Every business has a story. It is in the hearts of the founders and often on the walls of offices in the form of photographs and newspaper articles. It is often a story of entrepreneurial hard-work, inspiration, meeting customer or client demands, and pride of accomplishment. Often the story conveys a very favorable view of the business. Yet, often the story is not told. There are a number of reasons for telling the story of a business.


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