Suresh Sambandam — July 30, 2019 — July 30, 2019 Many finance departments can identify with the regular stress that seems to go hand-in-hand with the end of the month, from the sudden, impending deadlines to the rush to process, record, and analyze information. This rush often involves chasing other stakeholders in the business for … Continue reading Revolutionize Your Finance Function with Automation
Terry Lammers — July 29, 2019 — July 29, 2019 You’re an entrepreneur who is excited about growing your small business. Maybe you’ve identified the perfect niche market designing websites for local restaurants or installing high-end home security systems. You’re passionate about your company’s services, growing your business, and polishing your brand. Your focus on … Continue reading Use Accrual Accounting For Long-Term Success
Roger Dooley — July 26, 2019 — July 26, 2019 We live in the most technologically-advanced era in human history. It would be reasonable to assume, therefore, that businesses are moving faster than ever, assisted by these technological improvements. In fact, there’s evidence to the contrary: the pace of business is slowing down. One survey … Continue reading How Red Tape Slows Down Business (And What to Do About It)
Teresa Becker — July 16, 2019 — July 16, 2019 In the world of sales, Quarterly Business Reviews (QBRs) are incredibly popular for forecasting, planning, and making sure that everything is running smoothly from an operations perspective. In customer success, however, QBRs aren’t quite as prevalent, although more and more existing business teams are starting … Continue reading Tips for a Successful CSM Quarterly Business Review
Chris Cooper — July 11, 2019 — July 11, 2019 Every entrepreneur experiences four stages of business ownership: founder, farmer, tinker, and thief. As a founder in the early stages of business ownership, you will need to innovate your thinking, your processes, and your systems. It’ll be on you to come up with the unique … Continue reading The “Perfect Day” Exercise That Will Strengthen Your Business
JoAnn Corley — June 19, 2019 Follow @joann corley — June 19, 2019 I had a great family get together in Indiana this weekend after speaking at the Energetic Women’s Leadership Conference in Indianapolis. (The conference was a gathering of women from all over the US who are in the Energy industry – primarily gas … Continue reading Is This Your #1 Business Challenge Too?
Daniel Burrus — May 14, 2019 Follow @DanielBurrus — May 14, 2019 Legacy technology is like that old pair of jeans you wore as a teenager. “They are comfortable” was always your answer to any inquiry. Move that anecdote onto a larger stage and you have a fairly accurate picture of why many organizations hold … Continue reading The Risks of Sticking with Legacy Technology
Ross Hamer — May 4, 2019 — May 4, 2019 There’s a lot to be learned from mobile games. They’ve got sparking excitement and inspiring customer action down to a science. And by continually adding multiple levels of benefits and incentives to app experiences, and acting on needs at the exact moments that really matter, … Continue reading Build, Measure, and Learn the Live Ops Way
Max Palmer — April 18, 2019 — April 18, 2019 Last time I checked, there are more than 57 million freelancers/small business owners in the U.S. alone. It’s anticipated that by 2027 50.9 percent of the U.S. population will be freelancing. Suffice to say — it’s more important than ever to start separating yourself from … Continue reading Make It Count: How Business Owners Can Make a Memorable First Impression
Betsy Kent — March 26, 2019 Follow @bevisible — March 26, 2019 Many people tell me they experience a rush of FOMO when they try to identify their ideal customer. FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) is one of the big reasons people get stuck when they try to identify their ideal customer. They say, “If … Continue reading Does Your Business Have More Than One Ideal Customer?