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My Business Strategies

A business is made up of many moving parts. Your business is successful when these are working well together and you can make quick, effective decisions. A carefully crafted strategy makes this possible.

Competitive Strategy

Build a Competitive Advantage to Growth

Product Strategy

Make your product relevant, effective and available

Revenue Strategy

Focus on Client acquisition and retention

Management Strategy

Build a workplace of productive and effective people

Innovation Strategy

Be a Leader in the Evolution of Value

My Business Models

Ongoing business advisory, a plan to organize an aspect of your business or training for your group? For a solution in any of my five strategy areas, pick your preferred model below.

Advisory

It’s lonely at the top. To help make order of your information overload and to challenge your assumptions, work with an advisor.

How it works

Regular meetings to review your business goals, concerns and current activities and ensure you are making data-driven, long term decisions.

Pricing

$180-$220 per Hour

Strategy Engagement

Build a documented strategy to manage the diverse parts of your business administration.

How it works

We will work together through a series of inputs to collect the information and assemble an effective strategy and action points for your business.

Pricing

$1,800-$2,500

Training

Training for your colleagues or management team will share best practice and decision making strategies.

How it works

Host a series of on-site workshops, including a review of your efforts.

Pricing

Half day: $600 + $45 per person

or

2 Hours: $350 + $45 per person

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Small Business Leadership Conference

Running a business is a balancing act, first and foremost of working at your business versus working in your business. My job is to help my clients manage this balance effectively increasing productivity, growth and focus. The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship has the same goal. They provide classes, training programs, speakers and, of…
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Linked Data – The Metadata Problem

Thursday of two weeks ago I attended the SLA GA’s education and networking luncheon, with a talk entitled: Introduction to Linked Data for Librarians presented by Cliff Landis, Digital Initiatives Librarian at the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library. We were teased with the blurb: “Linked data is fundamentally changing how people will access information in…
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Why You Should Perform a Resource Audit

Your strategy may be well planned, with a list of tactics, milestones, and to dos. Or perhaps your preference is to follow opportunity as it arises and not make too many decisions upfront. In either case, how are you ensuring your time is spent on maximum productivity? Can you confirm that you are having the…
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