Archive for the ‘Management’ Category

I’m OK, You’re OK - the right attitude for a healthy cash position

What would you do if one of your major customers went under, owing you a substantial sum?
Would you be able to secure what was owed to you, or recover goods they had not paid for?
Sadly, my personal experience is that if you are an unsecured creditor you would be lucky to see anything at [...]

Go-givers sell more

I like a good business book especially ones I can motor through in short order (a weekend or less).  One such I came across over the weekend is “Go-givers Sell more” by Bob Burg and John David Mann.  If Tom Hopkins has good words for a sales book it must be worth a look.
My key [...]

Who Moved my Cheese?

Remember this one?  Written by Spencer Johnson and published in 1998, Who Moved My Cheese is a motivational parable. It describes change in one’s work and life and typical reactions to change.  It sold 26 million copies and remained on the New York Times business bestseller for almost five years - and with good reason.
The [...]

There’s Profit in Passion

Firstly, a book recommendation.
“The Five Dysfunctions of a Team” by Patrick M. Lencioni. 
This is the illustrated version … well I was looking for something easy to digest after a really busy week … and there is a text version available as well.
The book is a real thought provoker and for those of us who’ve [...]