Does your organization have meeting-itis? Maybe you have long, endless, aimless rambling meetings? Or a Coffee-and-Gossip Hour disguised as a meeting? Do people bring embarrassing personal issues to meetings? Does your team come together and accomplish absolutely nothing? Do you do all the talking, accompanied only by a soundtrack of snoring and the tap-tap-tap
Is there a good way to fire someone? Bill told me that he’ll do ANYTHING to keep his track record as a nice guy and NEVER fire anyone. (The problem: All of your good employees are watching someone get away with murder and you not doing anything about it.) Annette explained that ALL of
When we build a language that allows us to articulate what success looks like, a team will align and order will reign supreme. The key to organizational alignment is consistent communication. This means taking the time to have a consistent conversation and consistent language when anyone is hired, promoted, evaluated, and when adding any tasks
The financial analysis and plan should be developed last, after you’ve completed research and planning in marketing and operational areas, and defined objectives, all of which establish the basis for assumptions regarding sales revenue and expense requirements needed for future plans.