Is Your Business Undercapitalized?

Capital is the money that kick starts a new company and provides for equipment, offices, and expenses until revenues grow and takeover the funding of the company operations. Capital is not only needed for new companies but also for existing businesses as they elect to invest in new products, replace aging equipment or to ride […]

Leadership in Chaos

True leadership emerges when unusual or extreme circumstances occur. Ordinary decisions become risky with outcomes threatening long term impact to the company. Delay or deliberation may result in the loss of opportunity to solve a crisis before it rushes out of control, creating organizational confusion and affecting the long term impact on company reputation. The topic […]

Eight Ways To Stimulate Your Business

Every business organization – large and small – has the tendency, over time, to lose its edge, become complacent, drifting into a level of mediocrity which reduces the competitive position of the company. Employees feel it first, then supervision, management and leadership levels notice. Along the way the customer notices that the product or service […]

What Keeps You Awake at Night: Sales?

One of the more common business issues that weigh on owners and senior leaders, particularly at night when they should be sleeping, is the ability of their businesses to meet sales objectives. A business is committed to daily expenses that must be absorbed by incoming sales in the form of orders from customers that can […]

Exit Strategy: Do You Have a Roadmap to Success?

There are many business owners today that are approaching the final phase of running their business where they have to consider how they are going to exit (leave the company) and on what terms. While there are many scenarios that can be played out there are at least three key questions that come into play: […]