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My tip is always to be learning. Read, read and then read some more but focus your reading on the areas that you know that either yourself or your business need to improve. For those short on time to find appropriate articles see http://business-improvement.rhodan.com.au search 1000+ selected business improvement articles by tags or keywords to find what you need.
12 months ago on Best Business Tips
Great article which will be very useful for those that have not been students of business culture and its impacts on productivity and profitability. Often it is difficult for the uninitiated to see the elements of a culture and this article provides a veritable blueprint. I will shortly be adding a link to this article on my Scoop.it topic "Business Improvement" for the benefit of the topic's followers. http://business-improvement.rhodan.com.au
1 year ago on Corporate Culture: A Business Game Changer
Interesting that the percentage of people using their mobile phones to actually make calls is not registed on the graphic. Does this mean that less than 20% of mobile phone owners actually use their phones to make calls or did the survey omit to include the fundamental purpose of such devices when preparing their survey?
1 year ago on Mobile Websites: Have You Moved To Mobile Yet?
You hit the nail right on the head. Trying to get clients to understand the importance of making time to work on the business then actually getting them doing it consistently is a constant challege I find in consulting work with SME business owners. I will share this article with them as well as uploading the link to http://scoop.it/t/business-improvement where it will be available permanently for a wider audience to appreciate.
1 year, 10 months ago on Working On Your Business, Not In It