Category Archives for "Systemization Of Businesses"

Use Customer Service to Build Sustainable Shareholder Value

Many corporations tell their employees that the company’s primary purpose is to increase shareholder value. There is a lot of truth to this. It is the Shareholders who risk their hard earned money with the expectation that their investment will grow and generate cash flow. With this mandate in mind, management will focus on improving […]

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Double Productivity by Being Effective NOT Efficient

“Information overload” and “doing more with less”. Do these phrases sound familiar? We have more information coming at us from more sources than ever before. Phone, texts, email, social media and even good old fashioned direct person to person communication can bog us all down, yet we are expected to accomplish more with limited resources. […]

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Selling Your Business? Increase Value by $250K in 12 Months

Are you planning to sell your business anytime in the next 5 years? It typically takes 12 – 18 months to optimize business value so the time to start preparing is right now! Business Valuators use a number of methods to determine business value. A couple of common methods are owner’s cash flow and a […]

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Paradise By The Dashboard Light

If you truly want to reach business paradise use the dashboard light to guide your activities and corrective actions. Many owners of manufacturing, trades and tech companies anxiously await the release of their financial statements so they can assess their business performance. At best the financials are reviewed monthly but often they are reviewed on […]

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How To Increase Profits By $50,000 in 2015

Many companies in the manufacturing, contracting and transportation industries struggle to increase profits. The perceived solution is to increase sales when the real problem is that the business is a “leaky bucket” of profits. Think of your company as a bucket full of water.  If there are holes in the bucket no matter how small […]

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Are Your Employees Driving You Crazy?

One of the biggest frustrations business owners have is dealing with staff issues. At first, they were a “one man show”, “chief cook and bottle washer.” It was hard work but the business seemed simple. As the business grows there is a need to add a first, 2nd and 3rd employee. Life is now getting […]

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