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During pretrial discovery in litigation, an organization must produce witnesses to testify on its behalf at depositions. Officers and managers often consider depositions to constitute an inconvenience to business operations, as witnesses must adjust their work schedules for several hours and perhaps entire workdays to answer questions under oath at a lawyer’s office. more
"Before I built a wall I’d ask to know What I was walling in or walling out, And to whom I was like to give offence." more
Starting and growing a business takes great dedication and efficiency. There’s little room for wasting time. But even the best of us can struggle in the day-to-day world with all of the little things that can sabotage our efforts to spend time effectively on the things that matter most. more
In our electronic age, an organization compiles voluminous data and communications across the spectrum of its management and operations. more
Got an “exit plan” for your business – a way to cash in on its value someday? Most entrepreneurs have such a plan when they start out, and it often involves selling the business to someone else, or to a larger company looking for a foothold into a product, service or marketplace you offer or serve. In a few rare cases, highly successful small firms can end up “going public” with an initial public offering. more
As technology becomes an ever more vital tool for small business, the ways that business owners use it continue to change. Usage of newer technology platforms such as cloud computing, smart-phones, tablets and high-speed Internet, for example, has increased greatly over the past three years. more
You’ve heard it many times before: “Knowledge is power.” But is it, really? What good is knowledge if you don’t put it to use? The real power is in execution, argues Brian Moran, CEO of The Execution Co., which works with business leaders and entrepreneurs to improve performance. more
When you’re running a business it’s easy to make excuses for NOT doing things and convince yourself you’re acting responsibly. But such excuses may be the very thing holding you back. If you want to do more than just get by you’ll need to stop avoiding action and start taking it. more
Merchant account chargebacks are a dreaded event for any business that accepts credit or debit cards. Chargebacks are basically transactions that are disputed by cardholders, resulting in a reversal of original amount that was credited to your business. They are expensive, time consuming, subject to fraud and just downright annoying. more
When angel investors put money into a business they’re generally laying their own cash on the line. So they’re careful about what businesses they back. more
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