Category Archives: Leadership
This is a post for businesses to know and understand the 4 levels of uncertainty for making decisions in an uncertain world.
Small business owners and SME investors and managers are often face with a multitude of options and choices in their everyday business life.
This post gives the SME owner a framework on understanding the complexity of an uncertainty as well as provides a framework on how to address each type of uncertainty.
This is an interesting discussion on what the marketing and sales functions really do. This concept is often misunderstood. This post articulates the interdependencies and differences between marketing and sales.
In most small businesses, the functional activities of marketing and sales are often misunderstood and combined into a single function.
Small business owners and SME investors and managers should understand the differences of each function, and ensure that adequate resources are put in place for each of this critical function. This is essential for the long term sustainability of any small business.
This article discusses the traits what makes a good manager based on the author’s personal experiences.
The author discusses his evolved management style and approach and ponders the business manager to consider 3 essential questions on his or her roles as a business manager of people.
As people are the biggest asset of any business, it would behoove upon any small business owner to take his her responsibility as a “manager of people” very seriously.
This is an excellent post that guides the reader with a framework of 6Ps that really matter in the business world.
Small business owners and SME investors and managers can apply this simple but useful framework in their every day conduct of business and their personal life.
This is an unusual but simple and easy to remember framework the gets to the heart of how every business manager does the “art of business.
Leadership has 3 components that matter. Each of these components are important. The weightage of each of this component depends on the managers role and level in an organization.
Small business owners and SME investors and managers can apply the principles outlined in this post to determine the level of importance and weighting that they should give to each of the leadership components.
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