Category: Organizational Strategies
Focusing on what he calls "positive reality," Jim Blasingame talks about what he thinks is in store for small businesses in 2009 - the good, the bad and the ugly.
Setting sales goals are critical for small business success, according to Don Cooper, as he and Jim Blasingame discuss the importance of having a structured sales goal setting process, including specific tips and best practices.
During a tough economic period, how do we keep employees engaged and committed to excellence? Michael Stallard joins Jim Blasingame to give some new ideas on how to talk to our teams so they think positively and work productively.
Sometimes recognition includes recognizing that employees have concerns. Chester Elton joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to make sure your small business recognizes performance as well as those concerns.
Does your small business have generational silos? Mike Muetzel talks with Jim Blasingame about how small business managers minimize the natural tendencies for the generations to segregate themselves, creating less engagement and productivity.
What are the most important survival practices a small business should focus on. Paul Casey and Jim Blasingame talk about the top 10 best practices, as recommended by small business owners.
Value-added service is now expected. The next level is imaginative service, which is going to be the key to success for small business. John Patterson and Chip Bell join Jim Blasingame to explain how to perform imaginative services and grow loyal customers.
What will it take for your small business to survive the current economic crisis? Jim Blasingame talks about the Small Business Survival Attitude and the fundamentals that the Attitude are made up of.
How can a small business benefit from thinking like a heretic? Art Kleiner joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to foster heretical thinking in your organization.
The best way to beat the competition is to not worry about them and spend more time thinking about your customers. Jim Champy talks with Jim Blasingame about how to make sure you're the competitor every9one is watching.
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