Planning is an important element of business. Having a working action plan can make the difference from having record sales or going bust.
Many successful entrepreneurs have grown an enterprise that extends beyond their own skillset. Work is either delegated to outsourced contractors or a handful of employees. This helps complete more projects and grow sales. Yet I found many owners suffer from a common trait that doesn’t discriminate based on the size of business or number of employees.
Asking what you want is a grounding question. When applied to a particular scenario it can help a leader resolve issues.
On Monday, longtime Midwest retailer, American TV announced that it would be closing its doors for good ending nearly 1000 jobs over multiple locations. Doug Reuhl, President and CEO, declared an “unforgiving economy” as one of the issues for its (American’s) demise. The interweb lit up with comments ranging from reflection of a longtime Wisconsin … Continue reading “Why American TV has No One to Blame but Themselves”