A two-time winner of the prestigious Patricia L. Harman Golden Quill Award.
Hiding out from the financial performance of your company or kicking tough conversations down the road in the hope that they’ll resolve themselves have the same effect on your company as driving a car with the dashboard gauges covered You can only operate this way for so long until something is going to break down or you run out of gas. What’s more, hiding out from short-term performance measures may cover up long-term, more serious problems that can destroy your company.
Starting a business is easy. Every month, more than 500,000 are launched in North America. The tough part is sustaining profitable growth once your business moves beyond the start-up phase. Even more challenging is sustaining growth and profitability when your company moves beyond Stage I …
Jon Fields – Founder, RestorePro, Inc.
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