Many times “the right things to do” and “the right ways to do them” require substantial investment of time, effort, attention, and learning to execute. But it’s not always like that. Here are some quick, simple-to-execute processes that can drive improvement. I recommend making them part of your standard management procedure. Opportunities Identify 3 Unrealized … Read moreQuick & Simple Improvement
As a compliment to my last post, Assess for Success – 6 Ways to Evaluate And Improve Your Business: Part 4 Customer Segmentation, below is a link to a HubSpot post “How to Create an Ideal Client Profile.” It is written with ad agencies in mind, but can be adopted for and adapted to any professional … Read moreIdeal Clients – More On How to Create an “Ideal” Client Profile
If we were asked about the quality of our individual and group management, we would likely answer positively. The conclusion might be, “whatever our problems our shortcomings are, it’s not our management.” If it were, that would be self-condemning, and who wants to do that. We are confident of our knowledge and how we apply … Read moreIs Your Management Making You Your Best, or Holding You Back?
“The right things” are much more important than “the right way.” (Don’t get me wrong – the right way is very important too – but dependent on “the right things.”) “Right things” are those tasks and activities developed to most effectively and efficiently achieve your strategic goal. How much time and how often do you … Read moreAre You Doing “The Right Things?” Let’s Find Out
Despite “time” being our most valuable asset, the truth is, no one buys “time.” No one sells “time.” In business, and in life, people benefit from, value, and pay for performance, for contribution, for results. For knowledge-based offers, we use time to quantify the application of our human resource – our capability, expertise, talent, passion, … Read moreManaging & Maximizing Return on Your Most Precious Asset