151.||The Management Team Section of the Business Plan - Don't Just Include Resumes by Dave Lavinsky|
Even the best new concept or existing plan will fail if executed poorly. The Management Team section of the business plan must prove to the investor why the key company personnel are "eminently qualified" to execute on the business model.
The Management Team section should include biographies of ...
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152.||Inventory Management 101 by Steven Ronsworth|
Inventory management may seem complicated to some, but if one truly thinks about what the words “inventory management” mean, it is a simple concept. Inventory is basically a list of goods and materials that are ...
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153.||Project Management 101 by Robert Flanglin|
Project management is a very important business concept because it is in place to ensure that projects are completed in a timely fashion as well as to the best of the company’s ability. Project Management is basically the discipline of ...
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154.||Content Management: Wise Investment For Business Prosperity by Alex Polonski|
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155.||CRM For Beginners - Customer Relationship Management Basics by Matt Hogansworth|
In order to maintain a successful business, the business must understand and maintain a positive relationship with its customers. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is the process of bringing the customer and the company closer together. There are many different areas in which Customer Relationship Management can be implemented. ...
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156.||Microsoft Great Plains RM: Receivables Management by Vincent Ong|
Microsoft Business Solutions Great Plains is marketed for mid-size companies as well as Navision (which has very good positions in Europe and emerging markets where it can be easily localized).
Great Plains Receivables Management (RM) module lets ...
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157.||Implementation Procedures for Building Effective Management Systems: Phase IV by Chris Anderson|
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158.||Planning Procedures for Building Effective Management Systems: Phase II by Chris Anderson|
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159.||Policies and Procedures Used as Management Key by Chris Anderson|
Managers know the difficulty of getting people to do the right things the right way. And employees need their expertise and understanding of the way things should be done. But how do you get it across so it actually sticks? The answer is well-defined policies and procedures. ...
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160.||How to Improve Your Management Procedures' Usability by Chris Anderson|
Are your people consistently following your procedures? Each year, organizations lose thousands of dollars through common mistakes and lapses in usability. But what does that mean for business owners and executives?
• Are your required actions described thoroughly and ...
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161.||Project/Program Management Best Practices for Success in ANY Industry! by Eddie R. Williams|
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Where is our success? Although there have been improvements, over 60% of projects/programs failed and many were canceled in 2003 (ref:The Standish Report CHAOS)! Our goal for 2004 and
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