The Power of Vision.

The Power of Vision is what serves several purposes in an organisation. First and foremost, it captures the organisations future intent. In other words, it paints a picture of what the company intends to become, not what it is today. This topic has been written about by Authors, Songwriters and Preachers so it is not new. The Power of Vision by Joel Barker – Star Thrower Distribution.   Myles Munroe: ‘The Power of Vision’   The Power Of A Vision – Jesus Culture, Power of a Vision | Leaders Living Life Fully – Eternal Leadership The Power of Vision | A Sermon | Pastor Taiwo Kayode — House On … A Common red line through just the few I have highlighted here. A vision should stand the test of time and perpetuate the enterprise over a long period of time. A vision can serve a multiple of purposes: A vision bonds. Companies are populated with individuals possessing a diversity of skills, languages, cultures and personalities. A vision can give people a common cause and direct their energies towards a unifying goal. A vision inspires. Although corporations measure their progress over time with numbers – growth, profits, or both- numbers do

Change Management and Growth

Change Management and Growth is depicted in the iceberg of Wilfred Kruger, which is, arguably, the best written document capturing the essence of change.                                               Change Management and Growth Change management and Growth involve a number of concepts including those of Andrew Pettigrew and Richard Whip.                               Wikipedia has this to Say. Change management (sometimes abbreviated as CM) is a collective term for all approaches to preparing and supporting individuals, teams, and organizations in making organizational change. It includes methods that redirect or redefine the use of resources, business process, budget allocations, or other modes of operation that significantly change a company or organization. Organizational change management (OCM) considers the full organization and what needs to change,[1] while change management may be used solely to refer to how people and teams are affected by such organizational transition. It deals with many different disciplines, from behavioral and social sciences to information technology and business solutions.[2] In a project-management context, the term “change management” may be used as an alternative to change control processes wherein changes to the scope of a project


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

Different Types of Business Strategies

Different Types of Business Strategies are available to any startup or a business. Basic Approach to Strategic Planning A critical review of past performance by the owners and management of a business and the preparation of a plan beyond normal budgetary horizons require a certain attitude of mind and predisposition. Some essential points which should to be observed during the review and planning process include the following: Relate to the medium term i.e. 2/4 years Be undertaken by owners/directors Focus on matters of strategic importance Be separated from day-to-day work Be realistic, detached and critical Distinguish between cause and effect Be reviewed periodically Be written down. As the precursor to developing a strategic plan, it is desirable to clearly identify the current status, objectives and strategies of an existing business or the latest thinking in respect of a new venture. Correctly defined, these can be used as the basis for a critical examination to probe existing or perceived Strengths, Weaknesses, Threats and Opportunities. This then leads to strategy development covering the following issues discussed in more detail below: Vision Mission Values Objectives Strategies Goals Programs Strategic statements can be defined as broad indicators of the direction(s) in which a business

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