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Tag Archives: business management
Receivables can be an indication of business performed- but only if you collect. As such, it is critical that receivables are RECEIVED. Here are some ideas to insure that this occurs. Continue reading
Even a business with a strong balance sheet, reasonable income, gross sales over $ 1 million does not command a $ 1 million valuation. Just like selling your house requires you to make sure everything is in order and presents well, so does your business. Even if you don’t plan to sell it- you need to think about these elements. Continue reading
Dialysis therapy in the 1960’s and 1970’s was a long process. Not every one could get treated. These are reminisces from those periods- when coil and flat plate units were used and each dialysis involved long preparation times, as well as long treatment times. Continue reading
Just because a corporation is showing a profit does not mean it is doing well. You need to look deeper- especially if it’s yor own company. Continue reading
Leaders need to learn to choose the proper technology to grow their companies. Consumers (meaning end-users: in your company, in the marketplace, or other manufacturers) are motivated by innovation and changes that they perceive as benefits. Continue reading
When things go well, we are sure we have designed things to be so. But, it’s only from analyzing our failures that we can learn more. BP, Halliburton, and TransOcean did not intentionally (G-d help us) try to destroy our environment. It was their cockiness and self-assuredness that they solved the technological problems, that led them to develop (misguided) short-cuts. Continue reading