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What is Business Management

The English verb "manage" comes from the Italian maneggiare, which means to handle, as in handling a tool.

This in turn comes from two Latin words: Manus, hand, and Agere, to act.

Management is to take action that handles a situation, that makes something happen.

The Business is the idea, Management is turning it into a reality

  • Business Management is what moves an owner from "idea" to "business"
  • A management plan and policy will give the steps and guidance to drive action and success.
  • Continuous management supervision keeps that movement in motion.

Happy Employees

Decicated Employees

Are you hiring people for the long term?

Loyal Customers

Loyal Customers

Do your customers know what makes you special?

Business Goals

Business Goals

Are you focusing on what you can control?

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