What is a Business Model? No…I’m not playing 20 questions with you…I’m actually having a conversation with you and I really want you to answer… As a matter of fact, a better question for you to answer
Meet “Victor”…his mother gave him another name but for us, he’s Victor. According to him, he’s the Grand Master of managing team meetings costs. When he first told me this, I believed I new what he meant
I can always tell when you’re having a particular problem out there. One person or two, in a meeting somewhere, will ask me a certain question. Then, in a matter of days, in a classroom in a completely
“Good ideas are a dime a dozen…” My friend and mentor James used to tell me. “You just have to let them in!” he would end with a flourish and rush off to implement his next good idea.
“Why is it that people are treating having a business mentor as just the latest flavor in business and professional development?” Poor me…one more time…I could not keep my big mouth shut, so I had to ask that
Have you ever struggled to differentiate your services? I know I have. And I bet as small business service providers, we all have. When I started ITDS some 20 years ago, the thing uppermost in my mind was:
The exit interview…you have heard of it, haven’t you? You haven’t? lucky you! But it is that interview that businesses, mostly big and some small, usually want to conduct after your employee resigns from your “fabulous” job.
It is an undeniable fact that people do business with people they know, like and trust. Have you ever wondered, if you could only choose 1 of the 3, which would it be? Well, I have. And
“This is a new business and we need to grow it fast, otherwise we ain’t saying nothing!” I felt the passion that this partner was speaking with. He is a go-getter and an influencer. He is not happy
“ Change management is hard, Lorna! And you know that too!” declared one of my clients, waiting expectantly for me to agree… “I agree with you, entirely! So why not kiss change management goodbye and embrace business readiness?”