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Category: Management Fundamentals

Tom Borg
Tom Borg joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the fact that your people may be giving you feedback that isn’t accurate, frank or even truthful, because of the culture of the company and your management style.
Rod  Robinson
Rod Robinson joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the state of the economy, plus some of the cash flow financial products and services that are essential for small businesses, including those from American Express.
Jim Schreier
Jim Schreier joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways to make sure you aren’t harboring a “Zombie” manager, including believing your people when they act like -- or tell you -- they’re not happy with their leaders.
Jim Schreier
Jim Schreier joins Jim Blasingame to report on a growing complaint about “zombie bosses” which are negative, uninspiring managers who suck the life out of an organization.
John Bradberry
John Bradberry joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the key markers of an entrepreneur, including having a well-developed sense of how the marketplace works, and as well as the financial elements of business operation.
John Bradberry
John Bradberry joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power of being independent – the courage of your convictions – and how to encourage that in your organization, plus, why delegating is essential to growth.
John Bradberry
John Bradberry joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the three fundamentals it takes to build an entrepreneurial organization, including knowing the market, doing the math, and executing on your plan.
Alan See
Alan See joins Jim Blasingame to discuss using an approach to change that incorporates innovation with deconstruction by using a cost vs benefit calculation.
Alan See
Alan See joins Jim Blasingame to use a construction metaphor about how to change your organization, by taking things apart and keeping the useful parts, rather than demolishing what you have.
George  Troy
George Troy joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that there are certain fundamental laws of retail to be devoted to, including the power of focusing on your people, as well as the essentialness of getting enough inventory turns.

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