There are two ways to try to improve any aspect of a business, whether it’s about sales, marketing, operations, finances or management. The amateur way is to act ad-hoc and reactively. This leads to random sets of usually disconnected improvements and very limited return on investment of both money and time.
The proficient way is to plan and act proactively. This leads to a development plan usually with connected initiatives set for effective execution and leads to dramatic improvements.Read More >