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10 Ways to Work Through a Business Slowdown
  By: Dr. Rachna D. Jain
While occasional business slowdowns might be inevitable, these strategies ensure that you're making the best use of the downtime - allowing you to attract and keep your ideal customers.

3 P's Drive Small Business Success in 2010
  By: Michael Perrone

What a year! For many, 2009 is a year they would like to forget. Between overleveraged mortgages, banks that failed or were too big to fail, and a restructuring of the auto industry, many individuals and businesses alike are ready to ring in 2010 with a more hopeful outlook.


6 Steps to Optimize Results When “Business as Usual” Doesn’t Work Any More
  By: Pat Lynch, Ph.D.

Is your organization one for whom "business as usual" no longer works? Whether that result is precipitated by fewer customers, budget cutbacks, employee layoffs and/or furloughs, or some other unplanned change, the point is that you find yourself having to do more with less. The question I hear most often is, "How do we operate given our new reality?"


Always on the Grow
  By: Jim Clemmer
If we continue to do what we've always been doing, we will continue to get what we've always been getting. To get somewhere else, we need to grow into someone else.

Balancing Technology, Management, and Leadership
  By: Jim Clemmer
In top performing organizations, each area of the "Performance Balance triangle" is strong and constantly improving, allowing technology, systems, and processes to serve people.

Beyond Workflow Management
  By: Terri Roeslmeier
Software used to be all about workflow management. We're beyond that now. It was the "big buzzword" of the 80's. In the 80's our company was the first in our market to talk about "workflow management" in our ads. It still has its place it's just that workflow management has taken on a totally different meaning. Today, workflow management pertains to the individual and not a set of rules that we set for others. It is also simply one of the components that lend to successful software use. There is much more than workflow management to talk about and put into place for successful business operations today. Today, it's about everyone having their own personal style of working.

Blazing Our Own Improvement Path
  By: Jim Clemmer
Continuous personal improvement means we often outgrow our own standards and what we previously thought was acceptable. Continuous learning, growing, and developing helps us find the path that is personal and unique to us.

Build Your Own Board Of Experts
  By: Pat Wiklund
The most successful entrepreneurs rely on their advisory boards to help spot new opportunities and potential pitfalls.

Business Excellence: Its in the Eye of the Beholder
  By: Graeme Nichol
Business excellence programs are part of a solution in moving an organization towards excellence - not the whole and only solution.

Business Exit Strategies - 'Internal' Transfers versus 'External' Transfers
  By: John M. Leonetti
Most business owners believe that an 'external' sale of their business is their only (or at least best) Exit Alternative. Typically this is because business owners know that their employees and/or fellow family members don't have the type of money required to secure a successful exit plan for them. So often times, business owners approach (view or see) the topic of Exiting a business as meaning that they need to sell their business to an outside buyer with enough money to pay them what they want.

Capital Solutions: Productive Alternatives to Spending
  By: Alvin Apple
There are several things we can do to stay in business and to help others stay in business without spending capital we don't have.

Cashing Out ... What Is Your Business REALLY Worth
  By: Elena Fawkner
Here's a quick primer of the various methodologies commonly used for valuing businesses (for purposes of imminent sale or otherwise).

Creating a learning organization at i-flex - through a KM portal
   Harnessing knowledge - challenge for a growing organization
  By: Anish V. Koshy and P J R Sudhir
Corporations worldwide are slowly discovering that harnessing corporate knowledge is a major component for strategic growth and creating a learning organization.

Demand the Why, Don’t Settle for Just the How-To
  By: Susan Dunn
For optimal personal and professional development, ask why. Don’t accept a simple how-to list.

Direction, Control and Political Correctness
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
Some organizations benefit from understanding and using direction and control as necessary processes for their success. Other organizations misunderstand and then either misuse or abandon these essential activities.


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