Business Improvement and Evaluation

 A Business Improvement and Evaluation Specialist The most important functions of a Business Improvement and Evaluation specialist is to gather information from a host of sources, including those internal and external to the organisation. This information will be used to determine what is the current problem in business processes, and more importantly, how they can be resolved. This will lead into the discovery of the problem of the company. If the company is not achieving its vision and mission and Objectives. This may in particular may mean the you are not acheiveing your marketing targets. If the employees are not showing productivity, or if the production is way lagging below the target.   More than the identification of the problem, the Business Improvement and Evaluation Specialist is also concerned about executing the solution, making sure the implementation is done properly. It should be also tested first to make sure it will deliver the results that are anticipated. In this case, technical and project management skills will prove to be necessary for the purpose of proceeding with the required steps.  A Business Improvement and Evaluation Specialist is able to replan and execute marketing strategies while being able to stick to the allotted budget. With


IN THE NEWS SAY OF THE DAY “All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson    5 Ways to Start a Business Part-Time While Holding a Day Job Full-Time. 5 Ways to Start a Business Part-Time While Holding a Day Job Full-TimeYou know you want to start a business, but you can’t shake those financial pressures – rent or a mortgage, a car payment and maybe you have kids. Even young people have responsibilities after all. But tack on the fact your business idea will surely take time to catch on, and starting up can seem even further out of reach. You are a perfect candidate to become a part-time entrepreneur. While not ideal for every young trep – jumping head first into the start-up pool can be a preferred route – getting the business up and running before letting go of a regular paycheck may be the best course. Here are six ways to make the transition into entrepreneurship a smooth one: 1. Find balance. Of course, this is what being a part-time entrepreneur is all about. Can you start up and maintain your commitment to your full-time responsibilities? If you get

Weekly Newsletter 02 03 2018

Welcome to the first of our Weekly Newsletter 02 03 2018 The Newsletter will include information I have gleaned from many sources, acknowledged of course. I hope you will find this of interest.     SAY OF THE DAY “Start today, not tomorrow. If anything, you should have started yesterday.” – Emil Motycka            4 Signs That You Should Quit Your Failing Startup Business   You’ve poured your heart and soul, your time, your money and more into your business, so it simply must succeed… Right? While that’s nice to say, it’s not always true. The more you’re able to realize that success can come and go, the better positioned you’ll be to take advantage of other, more promising opportunities. Here’s how to know when to give up: 1) Are you the only one who still believes in your business? Sometimes the smartest people can have a blind spot when it comes to their own vision. Like that girl or boyfriend that all of your family and friends didn’t like – it may be time to get a clue. 2) Are the competitors actually better? What if your idea for a business consisted of wrapping a

New Business Services

Woman in Charge: Being part of a white collar environment My wife, Gloria – a member of my Close Corporation, and I have decided to rebirth the company and have created a very simple schedule. Our Company has been successfully servicing the Outsourced Community in Gauteng and will continue to do for the forseeable future. We are Practising Members of the following Organisations and Professional Bodies. New User RegistrationChoose a Username*First Name*Last Name*Address 1City*State*Zip*Country*Day PhoneEmail*Input the code:*Required field CSSA (FCIS), SAIT (Tax Associate), AQL BUSINESS REVIEW, Get Free review Now. IIB, SAIPA, SARS TAX PRACTITIONER, CIPC PRACTITIONER, PPG ICSA PROFESIONAL PRACTICE GROUP MEMBER, CIBM (FCIBM), JCCI, STRATPAD. Strategies and Business Plans. MARKETINGPROFS INTERNATIONAL, KAPLAN AND NORTON BALANCE SCORECARD. New Business Services We can carry out the services on your premises or ours, depending on your requirements. Many times our clients prefer to use our premises for example when we run their payroll monthly as the confidentiality increases substantially. The list of services is shown below and should you have any queries please contact us so we can give you a call to make an appointment. Many times we can finalize on the telephone. Many of our Clients use our joint banking

Business Improvement

Dear CEO/Managing Director, Executive Director we are creating this post to tell you that Business Improvement is at hand Does your business suffer from: declining market share, no marketing strategy, no sales plan or controls in place slow manufacturing the worst on time in full ratio in the industry rising cost of sales due to poor procurement processes inappropriate processes, poorly trained staff, sales slumping inventory climbing more and more obsolete inventory poor accounting not up to date with SARS requirements no cash flow control a horde of dissatisfied customers, and on and on and on. Business Improvement You have so many issues to attend to, your staff are all ‘so busy” they cant support you and if they had time would not be as competent as you would like them to be in order to support you. In order to fix the problems mentioned above, we have our program called The Business Support for the CEO. Our New Year is underway so don’t let your business become a tragedy. Contact us. Name(required) Email(required) Website Message   Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in

5 Steps You Can Use to Find Your Niche

5 Steps You Can Use to Find Your Niche with the thanks to  Thomas Smale•Contributor, which is taken as an extract from Entrepreneur. You want to start a business, but the thing that’s holding you back is the market niche you know you need to choose. And, honestly, this can be tricky: You could list all of your interests and passions and still come away feeling as if you haven’t hit upon the singular thing you were meant to do. Yet putting that kind of pressure on yourself to choose the exact right niche may cause paralysis.  Certainly, you want to do your due diligence in selecting a viable niche business, but it’s better to get up and running than to wait around. That way, you can test out ideas, enter the market sooner and learn from your successes and failures. That way, too, if your first business doesn’t take off, you can always take what you’ve learned from previous attempts and move forward with new ideas. If you’re struggling to decide, or you need more data to work with, use the following five steps to find your niche.   5 Steps You Can Use to Find Your Niche 1. Identify your interests and passions.