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By Richard St. Rose on May 12, 2012
Faulty definitions are the root cause of numerous issues that manifest themselves as significant business problems. In other words, a lot of businesses fail to achieve what they want to achieve because they fail to properly define what they want to achieve. Most business processes are operated by people—people who are subjective and prone to
By Richard St. Rose on May 7, 2012
Many entrepreneurs take business planning lightly and tend to start up and operate their businesses based upon gut-feel or intuition. Others put off planning until later in their venture—when it may be far too late. Many successful business owners (as well as quite a few unsuccessful ones) will attest to the fact that the failure
By Richard St. Rose on May 2, 2012
In numerous conversations that I have had with business leaders, all too often the business leader will assert to me that his or her biggest quality issue is price. It’s not surprising to me that the organizations these individuals lead are experiencing difficulty getting their customers to pay the price that they are asking for