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Run Your Business Like You Have To Sell It
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Business Value Plan Basics
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The smartest advice for business owners
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The Growth Opportunities
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Startups Challange

Run Your Business Like You Have To Sell It

The key to selling anything is to make it easy for someone to buy. In this case make a little exercise: You are a business owner. Imagine you are in position to buy your own business? Would you buy it? What are you gonna look at? How would you decide the best price to pay[…]

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Business Value Plan Basics

In the early 1990s, balanced scorecards, Business Intelligence, Web Analytics and profit center management missed vital components for maximizing business value and leveraging potential equity.  Older systems, like balanced scorecard and business intelligence/ performance, evolved from early use as a simple performance measurement framework but without the umbrella of business value. Business value planning is[…]

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The smartest advice for business owners

What are your business goals for the year? If you’re like most owners, you have a profit goal you want to hit. You may also have a top line turnover number that’s important to you. While those goals are important, there is another objective that may have an even bigger payoff: building a valuable &[…]

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The Growth Opportunities

At the heart of every successful business is an entrepreneur who has invested the necessary effort, time and resources into ensuring that he or she has established a strong foundation from which the business can thrive. When entrepreneurs focus on core opportunities assessment, action planning and implementation, they can dramatically accelerate their business’ rate of[…]

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Startups Challange

Why are startups failing?   The biggest challange is coming from the brightness of a good plan, a solid strategy, and thorough market research. In past years before 2008, these things were indicators of likely success. The irresistible temptation is to apply them to startups too, but this doesn’t work, because startups operate with too[…]

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