Follow our 12 tips to grow your business during these tough times to ensure the sustainability of your business. Use these new uncertainties to grow.
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The continual search for discovering one’s passions, exploration and ultimately living a life of complete happiness, can mean very different things for everyone. But if one can laugh and feel joy, then why can’t they feel like this all the time?
A connected leader knows how to engage on a personal level, can foster innovation and collaboration, is proactive and calm-under pressure possesses strong self and social awareness and welcomes change.
The question in the minds of the consumers is, “Does this product or service benefit me?” and most importantly, “Is the company I’m purchasing from providing me with good value?”.
The environments today are constantly and rapidly changing. So why are leaders still using many of the management and strategic thinking techniques developed during the 2nd industrial revolution? Instead of finding ideas which, are not useful nor relevant to today’s environment, leaders should instead create new ones.
In 21st century organisations, how employees work and where they work from, changes the way the modern-day workforce is lead and managed. This dominant logic might prove difficult for some modern-day leaders, but it is imperative that they adapt to the volatile world and handle challenges with maturity to avoid being derailed.
In order to follow up on the assessment, that was explained in the previous article "How are you spending your time in lockdown?", it is an opportune moment to plan the journey for your business with a growth map that beats the competition. The first step is obviously...
To be a company that’s holding on, building, or even growing. You need to know the answers to these 14 basic questions about your business.
Many businesses are going to be unable to survive the lock down caused by the CORONAVIRUS (COVOID-19) pandemic. Business rescue could save you from dying. MDR Solutions helps provide some clarity on the matter.
Is your business able to remain open during the Coronavirus lockdown in SA? See if you are on the list.
On Monday, 23 March 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a 21-day countrywide lock down which exempts only a few critical services and businesses from closing their doors. See if you are on the list.
Analysing the Balance Sheet The balance sheet basically illustrates the financial position of a business at a specific point in time and shows where the money came from and where it is being used. Determining the businesses financial performance The best...