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Nov

01

2018
14 Principles of Management (Part 2)

14 Principles of Management (Part 2)

The 14 principles of management have been used and referred to by new managers for more than a century. It is a great starting point to help them learn the ropes of managing employees. Businesses have been a hallmark of human civilizations for eons, but it wasn’t until the last century that management was formally studied. Leading the emerging academic field was Henry Fayol who is credited as...

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Oct

31

2018
14 Principles of Management (Part 1)

14 Principles of Management (Part 1)

The 14 principles of management have been used and referred to by new managers for more than a century. It is a great starting point to help them learn the ropes of managing employees. Businesses have been a hallmark of human civilizations for eons, but it wasn’t until the last century that management was formally studied. Leading the emerging academic field was Henry Fayol who...

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Oct

30

2018
Interim Executive Tips: Beating the Constraints of Budgeting

Interim Executive Tips: Beating the Constraints of Budgeting

Budgeting has a bad reputation among employees. Some view it as tedious, boring and, most notoriously, restrictive. They can be painful for an organization as it places constraints and establishes goals, but the success achieved is well worth it with these interim executive tips. Some employees may feel that budgeting is useless. If you’re being cost-effective, not overspending and being mindful of your expenses, some...

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Oct

29

2018
How To Achieve Great Results With Your Company Vision

How To Achieve Great Results With Your Company Vision

Executing your company vision successfully transforms your startup to a thriving corporation in no time. Every entrepreneur goes through a business startup phase. A time where there are only 5-10 employees, a workplace crammed into a small office, and where the boss is involved in each and everything. There are no defined business processes, and the employees constantly refer to their leader for information and directions on business activities....

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Oct

26

2018
4 Budget Principles for Small Businesses

4 Budget Principles for Small Businesses

Running a small business means having a small budget. Startup costs, loans, and financial fluctuations can overwhelm small business owners, but with a good budget, they can stay in control. No matter how small or new your business is, don’t skip out on a budget. Furthermore, create one that is sustainable and realistic. To build such a budget, identify your risks, overestimate costs, and plan...

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Oct

25

2018
5 Ways Interim Executives Promote Small Businesses

5 Ways Interim Executives Promote Small Businesses

A small business only grows if its audience grows. There are 5 tried-and-tested ways interim executives use to promote a business and increase revenue. A business can boost sales significantly through networking and online resources. However, they don’t always know where to start networking and what resources to use. Interim executives, on the other hand, are well aware of the two and use a combination of both to help grow businesses in no time....

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Oct

24

2018
CEOs and Social Media Marketing

CEOs and Social Media Marketing

Doing social media marketing effectively remains a mystery to many CEOs. By Bob Donnelly A day doesn’t go by without one story or another about how a company used social media to grow their business or build their brand. However, for many CEOs, this is a major conundrum because neither they nor their staff, have enough experience with social media platforms to use them effectively...

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Oct

23

2018
Putting Muscle Into Your Business Operations Part 1

Putting Muscle Into Your Business Operations Part 1

Putting Muscle into Business Operations: Questions that Reveal Harmful Levels of Frailty in a Critical Corporate Function – Part 1 “One of the tests of leadership is the ability to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency.” The late businessman Arnold H. Glasow was also a humorist, but most CEOs would likely agree that there is nothing humorous about his statement. Of course, recognizing...

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Oct

23

2018
Cerius Business Today – Building an Advisory Board

Cerius Business Today – Building an Advisory Board

In this episode of Cerius Business Today, Pam and Kristen talk about building an advisory board. How they can help your business grow and where to start. Kristin:             Oh you mean the thought of having a board advisor and someone telling me what to do and I’ve got to listen to that. Because if you’re paying money to have someone give you advice, you...

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Oct

22

2018
Executive Social Media and an Online Footprint for Interim Executives

Executive Social Media and an Online Footprint for Interim Executives

For interim executives, executive social media is becoming increasingly important to build your portfolio online and get your message and brand out there Entire books have been written on this single subject – executive social media. Rather than try to squeeze in a quick tutorial that wouldn’t do justice to the possibilities, we’ll focus on the question, “Do I really need it?” and a few...

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