Tag Archive: Owner-manager
A Value is only a Value - or of value – to us as individuals, if we say it is.
It’s not unusual for business owners to struggle to employ people in senior business-critical roles. Yet it's completely critical if you want to grow successfully.
It was disappointing but not particularly surprising to hear Meg Hillier (chair of the Public Accounts Committee) ask Matt Brittin of Google how much he is paid.
Sometimes one gets so involved in the intricate detail of business that the ability to stand back and see solutions that may be staring you in the face just doesn’t exist. To the point that there’s no use suggesting to someone that they do this because, very simply, they can’t.
Every business leader has a duty to understand and articulate the pros and cons of the UK staying in or leaving the EU
It's reality check time. If you want external investment, you need to apply a realistic valuation to your business. But don't rush into assuming that external investment is your only course of action.
Sounds like a bit of an anathema: surely people who run their own businesses work hard and don’t have time for luxuries such as career breaks?
… or next week, next month, next year? You've got 10 years to achieve a lot, so don't hang about!
It’s easy when you start. You’ve got a blank sheet of paper and you can create pretty much whatever you want.
If you want to be taken seriously in your marketplace a robust brand isn’t just important, it’s absolutely critical. External expertise is usually a prerequisite, but your proactive involvement is critical.