Articles on: Management

Leveraging the Real Superpower of a Cheetah

In a recent meeting while discussing the challenges of satisfying demand in the midst of interrupted supply chains, shortages of labor, and input costs that are anything but stable, the board president reminded the group of the Cheetah… The Cheetah is the fastest animal on the planet.  It has been clocked at speeds of 75 […]

7 Amazing Tips to Show your Remote Workers Appreciation

This is a guest post from Elizabeth Hines (see her bio at the end). Thanks Elizabeth…! The aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic has left many more workers than ever working from home. The advantages to remote working are varied, from saving precious time in commuting to being able to organize your schedule more flexibly, but […]

Is Delegating Your Next Step Forward?

This past week, a group of business leaders were discussing challenges with disconnecting themselves from various responsibilities of their business.  As the conversation progressed it became clear that most of the issues on the table were not about the content of the challenge, but the actual execution of the task itself. They were giving examples […]

How to Help Employees Find a Balance Between Caregiving and Career

This is a guest post from Jori Hamilton on a topic that doesn’t get much attention but clearly impacts a lot of businesses – check out her bio at the end of the post. Thanks Jori. According to a study by the AARP, over one-fifth of Americans — that is, roughly 53 million individuals, have […]

Preventing and Dealing with Inventory Mistakes in Small Business

Today we have another guest post – this one from Marcus Lansky (see his info at the end). Thanks Marcus. Most small businesses have some sort of inventory to manage, and any mistakes with that inventory can end up costing the owners of those businesses big time. So, how can small business owners keep inventory […]