This article is part of our series to help you create a robust one page plan for your company:
Every business has some kind of competition. Technology and globalization has heightened this. Without a doubt, someone somewhere is grinding away to make a product just like yours, only less expensive, better looking, and faster. So what can you do to keep one step ahead?
Transparency is something most people value, whether it’s in business, politics or with personal relationships. Unfortunately, in many cases, the word transparency is used as little more than a buzzword.
Sales KPIs can make, or break, your sales results.Guest blog post by: Paul O'Donohue CEO – SalesStar.com, Paulo@salesstar.com
Just as rave reviews about a company can travel quickly across social media, so can stories of rude service or a company being unresponsive to their customers. Social media and mobile devices have given customers a voice like they've never had before.
In a previous article “How to identify your ideal target customer”, we learned how to clearly describe your “center of the bull's-eye” customer. We identified who your ideal target customer is and what your customer really needs and wants, and succinctly captured that information in your One Page plan.
How to increase value of your product or service should be something of magnificent importance in every business. What separates two products of the same inherent value, why do we pay so much for a Rolex over a Swatch? Quality? Sure. That’s a part of the equation, But the real answer lies in the power of stories.
Since implementing the RESULTS.com software, communication between staff members regarding reaching targets and goals has improved ten-fold. (There is also healthy competition with the new “gamificiation” feature!)
Tania Young – Director – BRAVEday
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