Whether it be medical science, veterinary science, business management or accounting, we regularly hear ‘fix the cause’. Yet an immediate intervention to treat the symptom is often helpful (perhaps even essential) before the cause can be effectively attended.
The key is to avoid your business being a slave to the product. Driving your business by your value proposition that delights your customers and clients is a better way to avoid the “dog house” – or to make the dog house a successful business proposition!
Michelle and I are constantly looking to new ideas that may help organisations reach their true goals, not just their financial results. We know you want more, including a great lifestyle for you and your people and customers who find it a pleasure to experience your products and services.
If you think in terms of perfection, you are setting yourself and your organisation up for failure, and you will be unable to create long term sustainable success.
“I sometimes allowed my competitiveness to get in the way of my integrity” Quote from Australian Sportsperson There is a strong argument that integrity is one of the most misunderstood concepts in life and in business. Many people equate integrity with honesty. So many organisations have as one of their values “we will be honest [...]
Corporate Growing Pains can also be a valuable experience, if you recognise them and get the help you need to get through them. But there is no single right answer. The solution will vary from organisation to organisation, because the things we share, the things that are important vary from organisation to organisation.
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