Your employees don’t know what to do

Job titles are great for algorithms in job search sites; job roles are better for managing your business.  Following my March article explaining this difference, I received some great feedback from people writing roles for their own business.  The next step is to instruct your team. Does everybody know what they should be doing? It’s…
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Risk, Reward, & Life in ShoutOut Atlanta

I had the pleasure of being featured in ShoutOut Atlanta, part of the Voyage group of magazines. We talked about risk, in life and in business, and, of course, about what makes Atlanta great. Read my entry here.
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Every business has a business culture: what is yours?

Business culture is not optional.  Like gravity or photosynthesis, whether or not you acknowledge it, it is there.  The question is never: do we have a company culture; the question is always: do we have a good company culture or a damaging company culture? And if it’s going to happen anyway, you may as well…
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On Information: a lesson from my course

New content! Running a business is about continuously making decisions. Who to hire? Who to serve? What to do next? Which software to buy? What to say? How to say it? What needs to change at any given moment? This is why I built a whole course on decision making, sharing the most popular and…
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How do you describe your business?

Join me with the Atlanta chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) to review my favorite “good example of bad”, three words you should never use in business, and to workshop what you should use instead. This talk I offer is highly interactive, and the local chapter of NAWBO has the perfect…
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Why are you managing your business?

This blog talks about business management. Indeed my whole business is about the craft of business management.  And if the business is the idea, management is what turns the idea into action.  But what are you managing, exactly? How do you manage an “idea” into a “reality”? The best way to answer this question is…
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