It’s now been nearly 11 months since Danny and John amalgamated their two practices.
The good news is that the amalgamation has been most successful. Not without its challenges of course, but the team has done a wonderful job of working
1. Define scope
This is the most important step you will take when managing new projects. You must start with the end in mind. Try to figure out what you want to achieve by managing a project and what the ideal outcome is.
1. Use a top-down approach to drive change
The first people who must embrace any change in an organisation are the people at the very top. Make sure that the highest levels of management in your
Small business is the backbone of the economy, they create jobs, lead innovation and increase economic diversity. It is now more important than ever that we support small business owners and help them transition to the next level.
Here are some tips on how best to manage your time. If you employ all of these relatively simple but often overlooked strategies then you just might find that extra time you were looking for.
Today’s job market is tough. Times are changing and a university degree simply doesn’t have the same weight as it used to.
In this day and age marketing is a very scientific process! The blunderbuss effect no longer works and it’s all about giving value and building trust. There is a set process you have to go through to take a lead through all the various stages
Continuing on from my article of last week, we left the story at setting up one page business plans and using 90 day rolling action plans.
This is all good advice, but I think before we start on such planning ventures, we need to take a deep