Click here to view the Mission/Vision Workshop presentation from September 24, 2019 at the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce
When I work with business owners, the subject of performance (or lack of) tracking often comes up. KPI’s stands for “Key Performance Indicators”. In simple terms, KPI’s are a means to measure the success of your business and the initiatives you implement within your business. Examples of KPI’s are Sales, Profits, […]
I’m often asked what the difference between Vision and Mission are. A Vision Statement describes the desired future position of the company. A Mission Statement defines the company’s business, its objectives, and its approach to reach those objectives. I would add that the Vision Statement is best directed internally (e.g. to leadership and employees). […]
“The SWOT analysis should be a business tool available in the toolbox of any small business owner. However, running a business forces you to focus on the issues and fires burning today, not tomorrow. Learn how to apply a SWOT analysis to your business and position yourself ahead of competitors. SWOT […]
Are you ready for the new requirement that every California business, with 5 or more employees, must train ALL employees about sexual harassment?
When it comes to small business accounting, most people know that it is important to keep your records updated for taxes. However, there are many more benefits from small business accounting that you can use to grow, improve and expand your business. Here are some of the most important accounting reports for […]
From a 5 year study recently released by Google, they found 5 factors that make up effective teams: 1. Psychological safety 2. Dependability 3. Structure and clarity 4. Meaning 5. Impact Here is a link to the Inc. Magazine article describing the study and findings.
Due in no small part to recent advances in AI and its ability to automate everything it touches, the technology industry has become increasingly drawn to the idea of low-code no-code software over the last five years. Tech analysts and industry vendors appear to agree on the suggestion that we don’t have enough software […]