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Every business wants to be the one setting trends instead of following them, so what simple steps can you can take to foster a culture of innovation?
A number of studies have found a direct correlation between workplace morale and corporate results, so how can you improve employee morale – and, by extension, your bottom line?
If your big idea is a physical product or gadget, you may need to enlist the services of a contract manufacturer to help bring your product to market.
If customers are having trouble finding you, you may need to change the way you think.
If sales prospects who once seem excited about your product or service turn cold, you may be doing a few things that turn them off.
The start of a new year is a good time to evaluate your business and look for opportunities you might be missing or things that aren’t working as well as you’d hoped.
The tough economy of the last four years has made managing and leading a business a lot harder than it used to be, but a new book has some leadership lessons worth learning.
Surviving in a tough economy takes discipline and forethought, and it pushes entrepreneurs to find creative ways to cut expenses even as they work to grow their business. For example, cutting back on business travel just makes sense. Why spend all that money when e-mail, Skype and even instant messages can get the job done?
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The tough economy of the past few years has made managing and leading a business harder than it used to be, but one author has some leadership lessons that might help.
For a small business, alliances and partnerships can be an important path to growth, so learning how to nurture these relationships is critical.