If your company isn't showing your customers you care, it's time to get back to the basics. Your company's survival depends on it.
Why have an Innovation Program?
It’s very easy to get comfortable with how things are and ride them out—we start with bold ideas, then find ourselves settling in a realistic middle-ground. If the system doesn’t appear to be broken, why try and fix it? Unfortunately, the status quo will slowly drain your organization of its creative energy and stifle the change-oriented thinking that will move your business forward.
How well do you know your customers? Which ones are the most profitable? Which ones take most of your time?
Finding the answers to these questions can be worthwhile, because you may discover that the 80-20 rule, also known as the law of the vital few, applies to your business. The rule is a shorthand way of saying 80% of your profits come from 20% of your customers.
Everyone is different when it comes to decision making, some people can make big life changing decisions at the drop of a hat, while others go over and over things until their brain hurts and still won't commit. No matter how you normally handle decisions, at some point in your life you will face a point of indecisiveness, here are a 5 simple ways to be certain you are making great decisions.
A lot of companies are worried about security, and rightfully so after the big name hacks of the past few years such as Target, Home Depot, the IRS, and most recently online adultery site Ashley Madison.
Threats are definitely out there, and no one is truly safe, but there are a number of things that companies are not doing that could easily help prevent a large scale intrusion.
Here are three easy things that you can implement today that will make a tremendous difference in your organizations security.