Which business to open? What do I want from my business? Do I need a business plan? – such a set of questions torments sleepless nights of future entrepreneurs. And if you can answer the first two of them only personally, then we are ready to give a confident and clear answer to the third: of course, a business plan is needed!
But the format of the business plan and, ultimately, the fate of your future business will depend on why you need it. For example, if you open a small and not too complicated enterprise like a self-service car wash or resale of goods, it will be enough to compile a small table of income and expenses in Exel only to make sure that you do not go bankrupt. But with such a business plan, you will have to develop your business exclusively at your own expense. Continue reading
A powerful business is a business that is built optimally and purposefully. The world is arranged expediently and only what is expedient survives in it. All that is impractical is unviable and disappears. All natural forms are implemented expediently. For example, take a tree. It has a trunk, and branches already grow from it, because it is so advisable.
Take a man. It has a spine that acts as its main, because it is so appropriate. The car has a body, as a basis, and this is also advisable. A business should also be built expediently, otherwise it will be unviable and weak. To get a powerful business, it is necessary to lay a quality idea in its foundation. Continue reading
Today we’ll talk about the advantages and disadvantages of organizations that are managed not by a group of managers, but by each employee. Specialists will find out whether it is worth getting a job in such a company, and entrepreneurs will decide for themselves whether they are ready to choose the path of self-government and release the reins of control.
So, let’s imagine that an ordinary worker in one of the Russian companies had a brilliant idea on how to reduce production losses. From this moment, he has several options:
do nothing, following the principle of “initiative is punishable”;
go to the immediate boss and try to convince him of the prospects of the proposal;
Describe your thoughts and send them to a special mail to collect ideas, if any.
In all these options, the chance that the idea will be realized, even if it is really sensible, tends to zero. The boss may not realize the value of the proposal, and top managers can’t get to the mailbox, which they started several months ago, following the fashion. Continue reading