We love cloud computing (not just accounting) and the rise of SaaS means that you can build solutions for your business as the need arises.
Selecting applications can be a never-ending task, ask your friends in business what they use and you will likely get a myriad of recommendations, all coming with free trial periods. It can be tempting to try out all of them. Here are our tips to get on with the job and get the most out of your apps
We explored the Innovation Engine – devised by Seelig in 2012 book of the same name. In the model Attitude, Knowledge and Imagination are contained in the middle and overlap as they represent the individual’s mind. Whereas external factors such as Culture, Habitat and Resources influence the inner factors and in many ways guide and shape the mind of the individual.
In business, if we are not doing it ‘on purpose’ in line with our goals and values then we are likely to go around in circles. We won’t necessarily fail, but we won’t make significant progress.
Branson has a great gift of training staff and managers and then giving them the authority to do their job without him constantly interfering.
Being able to delegate is crucial in business. There is no way you can grow a business trying to do everything yourself. However, it’s easier said than done.
In the new year everyone is excited, enthusiastic and fresh ready to begin the year and make it better than the last. So how do you engage your employees in your business (or team for those in management) and keep them enthusiastic as the year progresses?
A lot of meetings seem to go nowhere, at the time it feels like everyone is on the same page, but the same agenda items keep reappearing time after time. This can occur due to a number of factors. Perhaps attendees are running from one meeting to another, quickly shifting their focus and loosing track of all the items they need to action. Or, perhaps attendees are leaving a meeting with little clarity about what has been decided and what the next steps are.