Introducing our eighth issue of FACES OF WHIPPLEWOOD featuring the Colorado Automotive Dealers Association.
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You have no time, but urgently need new skills to stay relevant in a rapidly changing business environment. Regardless of your role in your company, if you are not continuously growing and evolving, you will regress very quickly.
So, what is stopping you from learning new skills required for success? What are your options? What should you do first? … Read more >>
Being able to reduce costs on a long-term basis is a goal of all business leaders. Where reduction is caused through growing competitor power, economic changes, or any manner of items that impact profit, the need is to deal with the costs NOW. The urgency will result in measures that attack obvious costs—but when the urgency abates, what then?
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Making profit is an obligation for all enterprises whether big, small, government, not for profit or private. All stockholders, owners and constituents know that a policy of status quo will not produce ongoing quality profits, and indeed may result in the firm’s rapid demise. Speed is now an integral part of successful business strategies. But speed on its own is not sufficient; it is the ability to respond rather than react, which is the goal. There are many things which support a strategy of responsiveness. This article looks at 4 key elements of culture and purpose. … Read more >>
Introducing our seventh issue of FACES OF WHIPPLEWOOD featuring Tina Lovelace of Woodhouse Day Spas.
Introducing our sixth issue of FACES OF WHIPPLEWOOD featuring Matrix Analytics and its founders, Dr. Aki Alzubaidi and Christine Spraker.
Introducing our fifth issue of FACES OF WHIPPLEWOOD featuring the Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation and its executive director, James Holmes.
National Small Business Week runs from May 1 through May 8. More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business, and these entities create about two out of every three jobs in the United States each year, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration … Read more >>