Category: Running a Business
Boards need to manage cyber risk just as they manage financial, reputational, regulatory and other risks. In those contexts boards define, either formally or tacitly, what level of risk they are prepared to accept for each area they manage. This defines the long-term strategy and resource allocation they are prepared to commit to in order to mitigate those risks.Read More
In all our research and experience, going ‘BIG & PERSONAL’ with gifts can return incredible ROI multiples like no other approach. If you gift something premium, personal, useful and as a complete surprise, it (a.k.a. your business) really stands out.Read More
Understanding your business’s finances involves a lot more than just managing cash flow. In fact, understanding the different kinds of taxes is almost like understanding the finances of an entire second business.Read More
Following the crisis, there may be a change in demand for your goods and services. Research suggests that COVID has forced years of change in the way companies in all sectors do business. While you are preparing for your business return, it’s important to have a solid crisis communication plan in place.Read More
Many entrepreneurs and business owners think that all growth is good. They dream of opportunities for a rapid surge in demand and an increase in revenue. But fast business growth can also create some pretty serious cash flow issues. Which can often lead to other, more serious business problems, like closing down… permanently.Read More
Rationale. Objective. Data-driven. These are the words we associate with successful decision making in business. We attempt to cut ourselves off from our emotional intelligence and/or the emotions we experience when we “walk into the office” (or the study from which we now work at home).Read More
Of all the words that matter in business, perhaps this one matters the most – ‘why?’
So why does it matter so much? Good question.
‘Why’ determines a number of business elements, including your reason for being in business, and also the reason a customer would select your products and services over those offered by someone else.
So, let’s take a look at the importance of knowing your why and how it helps you achieve business success.
If you’ve ever managed a remote employee or an entire virtual team before, you know how hard it can be to keep everyone on track, I’ve outlined some of the common values the best employees have in hope that it can serve as a guide when assembling your own group.Read More
It’s important for organisations to demonstrate their commitment to maintaining a high standard of company culture with a strong focus on creating an environment that promotes diversity and inclusion. Fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace and supporting employees both professionally and personally should be a priority for business leaders.Read More
Payment Card Industry (PCI) Compliance is a set of standards that companies have to comply with if they process payment information online. They are industry best practices created by the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC). Compliance with the standards is crucial for the security and success of one’s business.Read More
There are several components needed to establish a sustainable and reputable brand. In this article, we want to explore seven of them- integrity, imaging, quality, distinctiveness, mass appeal, visibility, and effectiveness.Read More
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