Christiaan Verwijs — May 3, 2019 — May 3, 2019 I always assume that the people I work with are professionals – and not children. This is why I don’t like maturity models in whatever shape or form. And we’ve got a lot of those in our industry. We have maturity models about development practices, … Continue reading Here’s What’s Wrong With Maturity Models
Stephanie Hurd — April 26, 2019 — April 26, 2019 Do you know how much your business spends on print and copy expenses? If the answer is no, you are not alone. According to a Gartner Group study, 90% of businesses lack an understanding of the total financial impact of printing and copying. The two … Continue reading Can a Managed Print and Copy Solution Benefit Your Business?
Daniel Codella — April 18, 2019 Follow @mrcodella — April 18, 2019 During World War II, the South Pacific was a critical theater for battle. Several countries set up bases, airfields, and docks on dozens of remote islands. It was the first time many of the region’s indigenous peoples had ever seen outsiders, let alone … Continue reading Why Your Company Doesn’t Have to Be Like Apple, Google, or Facebook
Dave Llorens — April 17, 2019 Follow @https://twitter.com/davellorens — April 17, 2019 The direct-to-consumer model can help companies cut costs and develop mutually beneficial relationships with manufacturers. For business leaders, minor expenses can add up quickly. Remember that free 30-day trial of software you tested to see whether it would help you with Google Ads … Continue reading The Business Benefits of Buying Directly From Manufacturers
API is A Critical Piece Of Business Strategy: Study by Ray Schultz , April 8, 2019 API integration is now a critical elements for most marketers, according to State of API Integration, a study by Cloud Elements. The study, the third annual edition, surveyed over 350 API advocates. Of those polled, 55% ay API is “critical” … Continue reading API is A Critical Piece Of Business Strategy: Study
Robert Gloer — April 11, 2019 Follow @IOUFinancial — April 11, 2019 Running a small business is a costly undertaking in terms of time, effort and money. Unfortunately, too many businesses spend too much on their expenses. This eats into your working capital unnecessarily, possibly crimping your flexibility and your ability to take advantage of … Continue reading Are You Overpaying Your Business Expenses?
Choncé Maddox — April 11, 2019 — April 11, 2019 A sabbatical usually refers to full-time employees taking an extended leave of absence for the purpose of traveling, resting, or simply having more leisure time. However, the first time I heard of the phrase was when I was among business owners at a networking event. … Continue reading How to Take a Sabbatical and Still Have a Business to Come Back To
6 Secrets to Competing with Big Business Without Spending Too Much For small business owners, the thought of competing with industry giants may seem daunting. With their extravagant marketing efforts, bulk purchasing power, and unlimited working capital, it’s no wonder why larger enterprises usually overshadow small businesses. While competing with bigger companies seem intimidating, it’s … Continue reading 6 Secrets to Competing with Big Business Without Spending Too Much
Chris Porteous — April 3, 2019 Follow @myseosucks — April 3, 2019 Going global is often the only way to really succeed as a business in this day and age, even if you’re a small business owner who once nursed few ambitions about making it big on the world stage. From aspiring entrepreneurs to the … Continue reading How To Go Global With Your Business
RJ Jacques — March 27, 2019 — March 27, 2019 When starting a new business, there’s a lot to tackle: Building a product or service, endless paperwork, hiring a great team, and finding customers or clients. Regardless of the size of a new organization, leaders can get lost in those critical tasks and neglect the … Continue reading 6 Important Things New Business Owners Forget to Do