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May 27Jim Dietz

Business Planning for Entrepreneurs

May 27Jim Dietz
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Business Planning for Entrepreneurs = Knowing the Future?

As a CFO consultant, I often advise on best practices in business planning for entrepreneurs. B2B CFO® partners often quote Steven Covey’s advice from his book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, “Begin with the end in mind”, which is relevant to all business planning.…

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May 23Ricardo Lowe

CFO Leadership

May 23Ricardo Lowe

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CFO Leadership

For a middle size company ($10-$50 million in revenues), the CEO’s role is to continue to be a visionary and a finder of new ideas, see Finders-Minders-Grinders.     In order for this to happen, the CEO often needs to delegate some of the day-to-day and even some of the strategic initiatives to the CFO.…

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Apr 1Ricardo Lowe

Why Mature Companies Fail

Apr 1Ricardo Lowe

Fail

Hundred’s of articles have been written regarding why small businesses fail:

  • Lack of cash
  • Wrong business model
  • Lack of talent
  • No experience, etc.

Very little is written about why mature, middle-size companies “fail”.   In a capitalistic environment and for purposes of this post, my definition of “failure” is when a company can’t seem to find the next growth curve; or is stuck in a mature cycle; or it cannot transform itself due to lack of technological advances; or simply when the owners have become complacent with the current returns.…

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Mar 31Dennis Kanai

Leadership is necessary for success

Mar 31Dennis Kanai

Over the years, I have observed the successes and failures of many organizations. As a sports fan, I am always reminded when I watch a ballgame of the similarities between leadership and success in both sports and in business. In sports, there have been some amazing success stories: teams that defied the odds, such as the Amazing Mets in ’69, the 2005 Pittsburgh Steelers becoming the first team to win the Super bowl without playing a single home game and beating the top three seeds, and who could forget the US Olympic Hockey team’s famous victory in the 1980 Olympics.…

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Mar 28Jim Dietz

Lean Management in a Small Business

Mar 28Jim Dietz
Lean Management

Many of my clients use the phrase “lean and mean” to describe their businesses. Usually, this phrase conveys the business owner’s gut feel…that the business is minimizing its inputs and using them as smartly as possible to maximize outputs…and profits. Yet every company would be well-advised to scrutinize their processes, asking “why” resource-consuming activities occur and seeking to maximize customer value – and revenue – created per dollar of expense.…

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