Walter Kiechel III

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Walter Kiechel joins Jim Blasingame to recommend that the first thing to do after you’ve been hit by a business-disrupting emergency is to sit still for a little bit and assess the impact and damage, before taking action.
Walter Kiechel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the 3 Cs of your strategy to focus on after you’ve been hit by a business-disrupting disaster, including cost, customers and competition.
Walter Kiechel joins Jim Blasingame to remind you that there is plenty of assistance from many sources that can help you recover from a business-interrupting disaster – use them.
Walter Kiechel joins Jim Blasingame to talk about examples of great companies that were taken down, because they didn’t see, or failed to take seriously, a market disruption right in front of them.
Walter Kiechel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why a customer expectation today is likely to be irrelevant tomorrow, and how you respond to this maxim is likely to determine the survivability of your company.
Walter Kiechel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the dangers of entrenched thinking among the management team, and how to avoid it.
Walter Kiechel joins Jim Blasingame to compare notes on different models of strategy to use, with Jim reminding him that the problem for small businesses is not which model, but getting out of the trenches long enough to focus on strategy.
Walter Kiechel joins Jim Blasingame to report on the good and bad we can learn from both party conventions.
Walter Kiechel joins Jim Blasingame to offer his thoughts on what both candidates should do to widen their appeal to voters.
Walter Kiechell III joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that if you’re business isn’t performing as well as it should, perhaps it’s time to revisit the founder’s original reason for starting the business.