Develop Business Goals and Achieve Business Success

The strategic business unit (SBU) concept has revolutionized many multiproduct or multiservice businesses. It is a way of thinking that is absolutely vital to business success. It was first developed by the Boston Consulting Group and then used by many Fortune 1000 companies to transform their organizations into more efficient and vastly more profitable companies…. Read more

3 Enemies You Must Conquer to Increase Cash Flow

The most important discovery about successful people is that they take continuous action in the direction of their goals. They practice what is called in military terms the “continuous offensive.” They are always trying different things, and if they don’t work, they try something else. They are never satisfied, and they are never complacent. They are continually moving forward to generate sales, revenues and cash flow…. Read more

Professional and Personal Development through Lifelong Learning

The reason that many people underachieve in their careers is because they do not realize how long it takes to achieve mastery in any field. Extensive research in this area suggests that it requires about five to seven years of hard work for you to move to the top of your field and continued lifelong learning. This means five to seven years of focused, concentrated, determined hard work on yourself to get better and better in the key result areas that are responsible for your personal development. And there are no short cuts…. Read more

Motivating Your Team to Peak Performance: 6 Tips for Successful Team Building

Over the years, exhaustive research has been done on top teams and peak performance. There seem to be given characteristics or qualities of peak performance teams that you can incorporate into your strategy to reach your business goals.

The words “team work” and “team building” are two of the most popular phrases in modern management today.  They are often announced as though they are great discoveries that have only become evident as a result of the speed of change in the last decade of the 20th century…. Read more

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