Improving Business Processes

Mar 8, 2017

Do Better, not just more!

The fast-paced, immediate satisfaction lifestyle we tend to lead these days is constantly telling us to get more, have more, do more. There is an endless stream of tools and apps that supposedly make us more efficient, help us to get more done in less.

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Sep 23, 2015

Reaching for consistent sales growth

Trying to grow your small business? Who isn’t! Growth takes new customers and new revenue. Where do they come from ? How do you find them and convince them to spend with you? More importantly, how can you do this in a way that is.

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Mar 24, 2014

Using Systems to grow your business

When a small business starts to grow things get complicated quickly. Suddenly, the owner can’t be everywhere, making every decision, talking to every customer, making every sale. For most businesses, this is make-or-break time. The decisions the owner makes at this point will truly set.

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Mar 24, 2014

Is your business running you?

The secret of long term success in business is meeting the needs of customers in a way that can be duplicated, guaranteeing the same experience again and again. Think about the last time you had a sandwich from McDonalds. With little variance, the systems that.

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Jan 21, 2014

Design for the Outcome You Want

Simon Sinek, in his book Start With Why, relates a story of a group of American car executives who went to Japan to see a Japanese assembly line. What they noticed provides an interesting insight into how we go about building our respective businesses for.

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Jan 7, 2013

Systems run the Business (but you run the systems!)

During my tenure with Corporate America, one of the most mind-numbing things to do was to read a methods and procedures document.  Do this, this way, with this form, this color ink, folded just so, signed by three managers or other leadership, in a specific.

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Oct 7, 2012

Design for the Outcome

Simon Sinek, in his book “Start With Why”, relates a story of a group of American car executives who went to Japan to see a Japanese assembly line. What they noticed provides an interesting insight into how we go about building our respective businesses for.

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