Common mistakes made by managers
Question: “It seems to me that we have thought through the process of change to the smallest detail, but already at the first stages of the implementation of the plan…

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Typical Budgeting Mistakes
For modern companies, the urgent task is the introduction and development of a budget management system. However, even in those firms where the budgeting process is sufficiently developed, employees often…

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The main components of self-management
Self-education has as its goal the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to improve the quality of life. Self-education is an independent increase in knowledge, exaltation in mastery: the more…

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Why and who needs financial analysis

Defining the boundaries of financial sustainability of enterprises is one of the most important problems in a market economy. Inadequate financial stability may lead to a lack of funds to finance current or investment activities, while excessive financial stability will impede development, increasing the time of capital turnover and reducing profits. Justify the parameters of such sustainability allows financial analysis. It not only provides an opportunity to judge the situation of the enterprise at the moment, but also serves as the basis for developing strategic decisions that determine the prospects for the development of the company. Continue reading

Business Optimization Based on Potential Assessment

Business – activity, the result of which is effectiveness and efficiency.

Effectiveness – achieving goals in the external environment, obtaining market, financial, social results. It is expressed in revenue, income, satisfaction of needs, material benefit and moral benefit.

Efficiency – profit, capital growth, increase in net cash flow.

Efficiency is achieved in the external environment in the direction of factors: consumer – product – market (PTR), relying on the capabilities of the internal environment.

The capabilities of the internal environment are determined by three key factors (PRT): Continue reading

Using the “80 to 20” Principle in Business

Almost everyone in his personal life and business spends time, energy and money on things that are indirectly related to our happiness and values ​​for others. Learn to attach importance to those few people and events that give meaning to life and provide maximum income.

What do language, cinema and the Internet have in common? Perhaps a lot, but one key similarity is that all of these are pronounced examples of the exceptionally useful law of force, which always indicates where more can be obtained for less.

In 2004, two Xerox researchers found that most of the traffic on the World Wide Web was controlled by a small percentage of sites: 119 sites — less than one-tenth of 1 percent — accounted for 32 percent of all visits. 5 percent of the sites selected for the study 6000 accounted for 75 percent of visits. Continue reading

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Typical Budgeting Mistakes
For modern companies, the urgent task is the introduction and development of a budget management system. However, even in those firms where the budgeting process is sufficiently developed, employees often…

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Monitoring and control of the change process
Leaders have at their disposal a variety of methods of intervention, with which they are able to facilitate the development and changes in individuals, groups and organizations. It is knowledge…

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The main components of self-management
Self-education has as its goal the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to improve the quality of life. Self-education is an independent increase in knowledge, exaltation in mastery: the more…

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The benefits and costs of economic growth
Most governments aim for high rates of economic growth, believing that this will lead their countries to higher living standards. In pursuing monetary policy, the government is trying to influence…

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