Some years ago I spent half of my weekends with my studies of Real Estate Investment Banking. I clearly remember one lecture about Exit Strategies (for real estate investors). The excellent tutor managed to keep us awake during this wonderful … Continue reading
March 22, 2016
During my readings I came across two very different quotas about the problem with strategy and boxes or categories. Strategic thinking and mental boxes are two things that don’t fit together very well. There is the problem that we are … Continue reading
February 22, 2016
Employees will only deliver excellent work results if they like their job, their tasks and their whole work environment. That is a truism, and one with which we are all familiar. So it is all the more surprising that there … Continue reading
February 12, 2016
Every business knows that search engine optimization (SEO) is important for its website. You can put all your offerings online – if the major search engines do not like you, nobody will see them. Last week I attended a presentation … Continue reading
January 8, 2016
Comments Off on 2015 Roundup for Eddielogic.com and Themanager.org
The beginning of a new year is always a good point to look back at the previous one. Here is my summary of the most popular articles at this blog Eddielogic.com and our second website Themanager.org.
January 6, 2016
Comments Off on Is growth imperative?
Take any business plan, financial statement, press conference, analyst presentation or the like – What do they have in common? About any business will proudly present its plans for growth.
November 25, 2015
Comments Off on Aggressive selling does not always pay off
Businesses have learned that it is imperative for them to focus on their customers. Customer service, customer orientation, customer centricity – meaningful concepts became popular. The problem is, however, that there is only a fine line between serving your customer … Continue reading
November 19, 2015
Comments Off on Another great business advice – make Benchmarking work for you
Some weeks ago I wrote a post about the Three best pieces of business advice I ever got. That should have been “Four” pieces. I actually forgot another great lesson. So, here is my forth piece of advice, which is … Continue reading
I recently wrote a post about my workshop from hell and what I learned from it. Of course, not every workshop ends up as a disaster. To turn a famous adage around: Where there is shadow, there is also light. … Continue reading
October 8, 2015
There is a lot of critique of strategic planning around. The heavy reliance on analysis has been said to favor measurable outcomes and it would be inappropriate for our unpredictable environment. This critique is not new, but it is constantly … Continue reading