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Y.E.S.!

We are coming to the next to last of our ABC’s of building a better business. As we wrap it up I believe the perfect word to represent the letter Y is Yes. Why Yes? Because of the word Yes = You Expect Success! First, please do not be confused with Yes relating to my blog weeks back on the letter N. …

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Can you Persevere to Profits?

Small businesses continue to play a vital role in the economy of the United States by producing almost 50% of the private nonfarm GDP. In 2014, according to U.S. Census Bureau data, statistics show that unfortunately, about 40% of these businesses fail in their first year, 50% fail by their fifth and only about 20% of businesses will survive their 10th year in business. What’s the reasons why …

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Are KPI’s the fuel to your organizations engine?

The question lies, are KPI’s the oil to your engine, the fuel to your organization, the key components that move the speedometer forward in your sales and revenues? KPI’s known as Key Performance Indicators are the measurable values that demonstrate how effectively a company is achieving their key business objectives and goals. Organizations use KPIs at …

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What’s your Human Capital Value?

What is your organizations understanding of human capital value? Human Capital is defined as the collective skills, knowledge, experience, characteristics or other intangible assets of individuals that is viewed in terms of their value or cost to an organization. The higher the individual human capital usually pays off in an increase a worker’s productivity. Higher worker’s productivity usually pays off in a dripping down effect …

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Do you have Solid Organizational Bench Strength?

In any organization or sports team, any sustainable success will always come down to their bench strength. We’ve seen it in basketball games where the second teamers would come off the bench and pull ahead in the score by outperforming the bench of the opposing team. We’ve seen it in football games when a first …

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