Every business is changing and evolving, the question is into what? Organizational change management is a critical aspect of controlling business culture and effectiveness. Whether consciously or not, every supervisor is leading and changing their business culture for better or for worse. Having a strong change management program in place, businesses gain greater control in determining their business culture. Read More
In 2005 a survey revealed that over 75% of Fortune 500 companies had plans to or were already using off-site resources. Fast forward 6 years, nearly all Fortune 500 companies are utilizing the expertise of off-site resources or outsourcing some portion of their business. Highly successful businesses have taken advantage of the cost-avoidance, greater flexibility, and competitive benefits available with off-site resources. Read More
Business Process Optimization
While there are unique challenges facing each industry, the fact remains that the core principles of Business Process Improvement (BPI) and how they apply to successful business operations remain portable across every aspect of the business.
Marketing & Advertising
Most people fail to understand the relationship between process and sales and marketing activities. While marketing is the engine, the so called “mechanism” that drives business, it should be a process that delivers a consistent message. A good marketing program, simply put, is the heart of a business. Without the heart….well, you get the idea. Marketing remains one of the least understood and most underutilized business systems of the twenty-first century.
Contracts & Proposals
As one would speculate, the current economic climate has left many corporations with a shortage of resources and a limited budget. At issue here, the limited resources devoted to creating, reviewing and maintaining contracts leave companies open to legal or business risk. Read More